Physician gender differences in general and cancer-specific prevention attitudes and practices

@article{DRPH2009PhysicianGD,
  title={Physician gender differences in general and cancer-specific prevention attitudes and practices},
  author={Amelie G. Ramirez DRPH and MA Kimberly A. Wildes DRPH and MPH Anna N{\'a}poles-Springer and Eliseo J. P{\'e}rez-Stable and MPH Greg Talavera and Elena Rios},
  journal={Journal of Cancer Education},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={85-93}
}
Background. Findings are inconsistent regarding physician gender differences in general prevention practices and cancer-specific attitudes and practices. Methods. We analyzed cross-sectional data from randomly selected physicians (N-722) to test associations of gender with prevention practices and attitudes. Results. Chi-square analyses (P<.05) showed… CONTINUE READING