Gender Does Not Affect Medical Students’ Decisions About The Severity Of Unprofessional Behavior

In this reassuring survey study of vignettes of potentially unprofessional behavior, neither the gender of the medical student evaluating the vignette, nor the gender of the “actor” in the vignettes, had a substantial effect on the students’ evaluations of the severity of the behavior described. — Laura Willett, MD

Stratton TD, et al. Does gender moderate medical students’ assessments of unprofessional behavior? JGIM 2012, 27:1643-1648

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