AMA member and psychiatrist Dionne Hart, MD, recalls a special gift that set her eyes on medicine at age 5. She persisted in her path despite naysayers.
Student-driven programs were a key component of innovation at these medical schools.
Outstanding work recognized in areas such as cancer care outcomes, overlapping surgeries, statin use in patients with diabetes, and hospital lengths of stay.
A majority of women say their ambition to become physicians began in girlhood.
In a webinar for Women in Medicine Month, Vineet Arora, MD describes barriers faced by women physicians and identifies strategies to bring hidden leadership figures to the forefront of medicine.