In Neurology Clinical Practice, a recent article tackles the concept of imposter syndrome, and how we might advance women in neurology.
The PNAS have published a study demonstrating better outcomes post heart attack for female patients if treated by a female physician rather than a male physician. Equal outcomes for male and female patients if the treating physician is female.
A recent PNAS study found that high-performing women have one thing in common: they have a tight-knit circle of other women who help them with “gender-specific private information and support”.
The February 9-15 issue of the Lancet addresses “Advancing Women in Science, Medicine and Global Health”
11 Februaly 2019
Happy International Day of Women and Girls in Science!