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Female physicians earn 8% less than their male counterparts after adjustment for experience.
Female physicians are substantially less likely to be introduced as “doctor” on grand rounds.
After age 35 female physicians typically earn 82% of what male physicians are paid.
Female physicians more likely than their counterparts to experience burnout and depression.
Nearly half of female cardiologists report being asked of their intention to have children during interviews.
Female cardiologists earn, on average, more than $100,000 less than their male counterparts in annual compensation.
Over 60% of female cardiologists have experienced sex-based discrimination.
Female cardiologists are 3x as likely to experience discrimination because of parenting responsibilities.
Interviews with: Cecilia Linde, MD, PhD | Karolinska University Hospital, Claire Duvernoy, MD | University of Michigan, Athena Poppas, MD | Brown University
Interviews with: Rachel Bond, MD, FACC | Sun State Cardiology, Nicole Bhave, MD | University of Michigan, Sonya Burgess, MBChB, BSc, FRACP | Sydney South West Hospital
Interviews with: Carolyn Lam, MD – National Heart Centre, Singapore | Martha Gulati, MD, MS – University of Arizona | Toniya Singh, MD – St Louis Heart and Vascular
Interviews with: Cindy Grines, MD | Northwell Health – Catherine Kells, MD | Dalhousie University – Mary Norine Walsh, MD | St. Vincent Medical Group