Diversity in Medicine
Women report having a mentor less frequently than their male counterparts across all medical specialties.
Women should engage with male allies to build a pipeline of mentorship and sponsorship to help identify future leaders.
Education is part of our job as health care professionals but judgment is not.
Hospitalists have significant work ahead to ensure that we develop and maintain a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workforce.
COVID-19 is causing immense stress on women in medicine and the impact could be disastrous.
Calls to action to address structural racism include learning from policies, prioritizing voting, and educating children.
“We found that bullies are commonly men and senior consultants, while more than half of their victims are women,” said Dr. Harriette G.C. Van...
One way to bypass language barriers is to recognize the value added by hiring and training bilingual health care providers.
Be wary of conscious biases and the mental burden placed unfairly on underrepresented minorities in your institution.