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Addressing the gender disparity in healthcare
Jennifer M Weiss M.D.
I will not let my patients be referred to as "customers." Healthcare must differentiate from consumerism if any semblance of compassionate care is to remain.
When we go home, we feel comfortable and transparent. This happened to me professionally, and taught me so much.
Physicians have reached a milestone: It is now officially more common to be employed than to own our own practice. I made a shift and so far it has worked.
Expressing gratitude for my fellow physician moms on National Women Physician Day.
Expectation management is a critical tool to leverage in the opioid epidemic.
More than half of medical students are women. Yet a woman physician on a plane volunteering as a good samaritan was asked not once, but twice, for proof of her medical license.
We know plenty about #metoo in entertainment and politics. We should know more about #metoo in medicine.
Women physicians are more than a preference or a luxury; they are more likely to save women's lives after heart attacks.
Jennifer Weiss, M.D. is an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in pediatric orthopaedic surgery and sports medicine. She actively writes and speaks on the topic of women in medicine.