Relation of family responsibilities and gender to the productivity and career satisfaction of medical faculty.

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BACKGROUND Studies have found that female faculty publish less, have slower career progress, and generally have a more difficult time in academic careers than male faculty. The relation of family (dependent) responsibilities to gender and academic productivity is unclear. OBJECTIVE To describe dependent responsibilities by gender and to identify their… (More)

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@article{Carr1998RelationOF, title={Relation of family responsibilities and gender to the productivity and career satisfaction of medical faculty.}, author={Preston Carr and A. S. Ash and R. H. Friedman and Andrea Scaramucci and Rebecca C Barnett and Laura A Szalacha and Anita Palepu and Mark A. Moskowitz}, journal={Annals of internal medicine}, year={1998}, volume={129 7}, pages={532-8} }