VIDEO: Microaggressions, harassment increase burnout among women physicians


Sumary of VIDEO: Microaggressions, harassment increase burnout among women physicians:

  • Templeton, MD, FAAOS, FAOA, FAMWA, past president of the American Medical Women Association, describes how biases and harassment impact women physicians and ways to improve their well-being..
  • Women in medicine often encounter microaggressions and harassing behavior in the workplace, which can increase burnout, lower self-esteem, exacerbate preexisting imposter syndrome and result in a more negative view of the workplace, according to Templeton, who also is professor of orthopedic surgery at the University of Kansas Medical Center in Kansas City..
  • “As we continue to want to diversify medicine, you do that by having more senior women in positions where students and residents can see them…..

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