Nurses fufilling their role as essential workers during COVID-19

Female Essential Workers on the Frontlines

  As Women’s Health Week wraps up, we want to take a moment to thank our essential workers, many of whom are female. These essential workers risk their health each time they show up to work. They provide medical care, groceries, and social services to the communities they work in. We cannot thank them enough […]

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A daughter and mother celebrating Women's Health Week by meditating

Women’s Health Week: Gender-Based Health Patterns

  It’s no coincidence that Women’s Health Week, which runs from May 10-16, begins on Mother’s Day. This week calls women to take action and prioritize their health. This means taking proactive measures to prevent diseases and illnesses that routinely affect women to a larger extent than men. In this post, we cover gender-specific health […]

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International Women’s Day Roundup

  As a company that provides clinical experiences to international medical students, celebrating diversity fosters acceptance, connection, and learning. Diversity does not stop at an individual’s heritage, ethnicity, cultural background, or religion. It also encompasses gender. In celebration of International Women’s Day, held annually on March 8th, we curated a list of top posts that […]

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Women in STEM

  Each year on Feb. 11, International Day of Women and Girls in Science is celebrated. 2020 marks the fifth annual celebration. This day was created to call attention to the low percentages of females in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics-related fields and the discrepancies faced by those who are considered a minority. Below we […]

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Medical Education Present and Future, Part 4: Gender Justice

For the last two weeks our blog has served as a platform to explore the effect diversity is having and will continue to have on medical education. Part 1 covered racial diversity, part 2 covered the globalization of medical education, and part 3 covered socioeconomic representation. To wrap the series up, this post will feature […]

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Female Physicians

Women’s History Month: The Creators of Modern Day Science

Female Creators of Modern Day Science As Women’s History Month comes to a close, we are grateful for having the space to honor so many incredible female physicians. The women we’ve chosen throughout this month have paved the way for other women in medicine. By no means is comprehensive of the multitude of female physicians […]

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Female Physicians, Week 3

Women’s History Month: Overcoming Obstacles to Achieve Greatness

Overcoming Obstacles; Achieving Greatness To celebrate the third week of Women’s History Month, we want to highlight female physicians who overcame significant obstacles while pursuing their medical education. From dyslexia to a lack of family support, from battling racism to sexism, these women conquered more than just their medical degrees while making a lasting impact […]

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Female Representation in Medicine

Women’s History Month: Female Representation in Medicine

Equality and Female Representation in Medicine For the second week of Women’s History Month, we honor three female physicians who sought justice in medicine. Read their profiles to see how these women used their platforms to encourage change in women’s fashion, provide healthcare to the undeserved, and add positive connotations to the word “immigrant.”   […]

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Women's HIstory Month Week One

Women’s History Month: Social Advocates to Physicians of the 1800’s

Social Advocates to Physicians of the 1800’ss Despite its current title–Women’s History Month–the first national celebration began humbly as Women’s History Week in 1981. It wasn’t until 1987 that the petition for a month-long celebration was confirmed. Throughout Women’s History Month this March, AMO will honor female physicians of the past and present by sharing […]

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Female IMGs

Watch Them Rise: Female IMGs in the U.S.

Female IMGs practicing medicine in the U.S. has increased significantly from 1990 to 2014 contributing to the supply of U.S. physicians.

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