Women in academic general surgery.

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PURPOSE To portray the professional experiences of men and women in academic general surgery with specific attention to factors associated with differing academic productivity and with leaving academia. METHOD A 131-question survey was mailed to all female (1,076) and a random 2:1 sample of male (2,152) members of the American College of Surgeons in three… (More)

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@article{Schroen2004WomenIA, title={Women in academic general surgery.}, author={Anneke T. Schroen and Michelle R. Brownstein and George F. Sheldon}, journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges}, year={2004}, volume={79 4}, pages={310-8} }