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We are all responsible for women physicians’ pay discrepancy

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We are all responsible for women physicians’ pay discrepancy

"Take the time to invest in yourself; it is the best investment you can make. Work to improve your communication, negotiation skills, and financial literacy skills. Think twice before accepting…
September 27, 2022

We are all responsible for women physicians’ pay discrepancy

“Take the time to invest in yourself; it is the best investment you can make. Work to improve your communication, negotiation skills, and financial literacy skills. Think twice before accepting the first offer at face value; you owe it to yourself.

Have a contract lawyer review your contract. A number of factors go into a contract, more so than salary. Consider vacation time, CME time, the amount of call, noncompetes, partnership eligibility, and benefits.

Both parties: Have the discussion. Why is this? What can be done about it? Openly discuss and don’t shy away from difficult conversations.

Be the change maker.”

Sharon McLaughlin is a surgeon.

She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, “We are all responsible for women physicians’ pay discrepancy.”

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