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A physician receives a derogatory email. Here’s what she did next.

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A physician receives a derogatory email. Here’s what she did next.

"The disparity of women physicians in research is a systemic issue that should be mitigated appropriately.  Women, especially minorities and immigrants, need institutional support to succeed as clinician-investigators. Medical institutions…
October 13, 2020
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A physician receives a derogatory email. Here’s what she did next.

“The disparity of women physicians in research is a systemic issue that should be mitigated appropriately.  Women, especially minorities and immigrants, need institutional support to succeed as clinician-investigators. Medical institutions should actively participate in increasing funding mechanisms available solely for the development and promotion of female clinician investigators. Funding for research projects, in terms of time effort and supplies such as data management tools, is vitally important to address gender inequities in research. Protected time for planning, conducting, and writing grants and manuscripts for the project is also essential. Women and men in medicine need to become better at involving the appropriate clinical expertise in research projects.  Research, in general, will benefit from the increased collegiality and partnerships among medical specialties.”

Tina S. Ipe is a pathologist.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “A physician unmutes herself after receiving an email.” (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/07/a-physician-unmutes-herself-after-receiving-an-email.html)

This episode is sponsored by The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience (DAX). The Nuance DAX solution makes it possible to forget the tech-toggling and reduces documentation burdens no matter how or where care is being provided. (www.kevinmd.com/nuancedax)

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