Women in medicine are not given the respect they deserve, from their male colleagues or patients | Ranjana Srivastava

The gender gap in medicine is actually a gap in respect, an easy word to say but hard to teach

Recently, when a prominent medical journal asked if there was gender equity in medicine, many Australian female doctors flatly said no.

It’s notable that their monosyllabic but eloquent reply did not satisfy the editors and they had to write a letter imploring the editors to stop perpetuating the disparity by posing an archaic question which has already been answered.

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Source: The Guardian
Women in medicine are not given the respect they deserve, from their male colleagues or patients | Ranjana Srivastava