- 50% Nearly half of female cardiologists report being asked about intentions to have children during interviews.
- >$100k Female cardiologists earn more than $100,000 less than their male counterparts in annual compensation.
- 60%+ Over 60% of female cardiologists have experienced sex-based discrimination.
A unifying thread to bring together a community of cardiologists.
Women As One will serve as a unifying thread across the many important organizations and individuals working to improve the recruitment, retention and treatment of women in medical specialties where they are highly underrepresented. Starting with Cardiology, Women As One will work hand-in-hand with its global partners to set goals, develop strategies and report metrics for improved representation of women in the field of cardiology.
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