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Women in Medicine
Changing Laws Is Not Equal to Changing Minds
Is Academic Medicine Sabotaging Its Own Diversity Efforts?
On the Value of Coaching in Medicine
State Licensing Issues
MD–PhD Programs Should Encourage and Support Training in Nonbiomedical or Clinical Sciences
The Importance of Self-Forgiveness Training
Paving a New Path Towards Academic Medicine—A Novel Approach to Graduate Medical Education in the United States
For Medical Literature Expertise, Ask a Librarian
An Integrated Framework for Gender Equity in Academic Medicine
Women in Academic Medicine
Advancement of Women in the Biomedical Workforce
Striving for Gender Equity in Academic Medicine Careers
Women in Academic Medicine Leadership
Programmatic Efforts at the National Institutes of Health to Promote and Support the Careers of Women in Biomedical Science
Artist’s Statement
Commentary on The Healer
Inequities in Academic Compensation by Gender
Longitudinal Analysis of Gender Differences in Academic Productivity Among Medical Faculty Across 24 Medical Schools in the United States
Analysis of National Institutes of Health R01 Application Critiques, Impact, and Criteria Scores
Coloring the Silence
A Mixed-Methods Investigation of the Motivations, Goals, and Aspirations of Male and Female Academic Medical Faculty
Gender, Race/Ethnicity, and National Institutes of Health R01 Research Awards
Variability in Women Faculty’s Preferences Regarding Mentor Similarity
How Women in Biomedical PhD Programs Manage Gender Consciousness as They Persist Toward Academic Research Careers
Coaching to Augment Mentoring to Achieve Faculty Diversity
Is Science Built on the Shoulders of Women? A Study of Gender Differences in Contributorship
Reducing Implicit Gender Leadership Bias in Academic Medicine With an Educational Intervention
Silent Bias
Gender Differences in Publication Productivity, Academic Rank, and Career Duration Among U.S. Academic Gastroenterology Faculty
Measuring Diversity of the National Institutes of Health–Funded Workforce
Factors Associated With Attainment of Specialty Board Qualifications and Doctor of Medical Science Degrees Among Japanese Female Doctors
Using Qualitative Research as a Means to an Effective Survey Instrument