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This study examines the changes in the composition of visiting professorships by race and sex at 25 academic surgical programs from 2007 through 2017.
This article combines a narrative review with a survey of the Society of Surgical Chairs membership to develop recommendations on end-of-career transitions for senior surgeons.
This Medical News story discusses a recent study that found a lack of gender and ethnic diversity in leading public health schools.
This Viewpoint discusses common challenges faced by dual-physician couples and proposes institutional and individual strategies to improve work-life balance.
In this narrative medicine essay, a medical school dean talks about the reticence most women feel when considering leadership roles and urges women to work out of their comfort zones, seize diverse opportunities, and step into leadership roles.
This case study analysis assesses the nature and extent of pharmaceutical industry payments to nonphysician clinicians in Australia and investigates the possible reasons for sponsorship.
This cross-sectional study examines changes in the number of pathologists compared with other physicians practicing in the United States and Canada from 2007 to 2017.
This survey study of physician mothers examines the association between increased domestic workload and career dissatisfaction, and whether this association differs between proceduralists and nonproceduralists.
This study uses SAMHSA data to describe the proportions of nurse practitioners and physician assistants with waivers to prescribe buprenorphine for treating opioid use disorder and associations with state regulations restricting their scope of practice.
This epidemiological study evaluates the association of primary care physician supply and both all-cause and cause-specific mortality by comparing US population and insurance claims data with data on density of primary care physicians and specialist physician density.
This study characterizes sex and racial/ethnic discrepancies in exposure to dermatology among US medical students.
This review evaluates the role of emotional intelligence in developing the patient-physician relationship and how emotional intelligence may influence patient decisions to pursue medicolegal action.
This Viewpoint discusses the adverse effects for the US health care system of the 2018 Presidential proclamation banning travelers from Iran, Syria, Yemen, Libya, and Somalia, including a decline in international medical graduates who provide care to a disproportionate number of socioeconomically disadvantaged patients.
This population-based survey study uses data from 149 775 patient surveys to compare patient satisfaction scores for Asian physicians relative to non-Hispanic white physicians.
This survey study evaluates the perceived barriers of minority medical students pursuing a career in dermatology.
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