JAMA Network Open indicate that female physicians report more trouble achieving work-life integration than male physicians. The survey included 4,370 doctors in different specialties, and the women's overall mean work-life integration score was 52 points, compared to 57 for men."/> JAMA Network Open indicate that female physicians report more trouble achieving work-life integration than male physicians. The survey included 4,370 doctors in different specialties, and the women's overall mean work-life integration score was 52 points, compared to 57 for men."/> Women physicians score worse on work-life integration

Women physicians score worse on work-life integration

2021-06-11

Survey results in JAMA Network Open indicate that female physicians report more trouble achieving work-life integration than male physicians. The survey included 4,370 doctors in different specialties, and the women's overall mean work-life integration score was 52 points, compared to 57 for men.

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