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Key Literature in Medical Education (KeyLIME) is a bi-weekly podcast produced by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

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Jul 4, 2017

Gender bias in the workplace should come as no surprise to KeyLIME-ers.  Yet, many do not realize how pervasive sexism can be in the assessment of trainees in our residency programs. Jon's selection showcases the significant issue of gender bias in the academic environment and the hosts attempt to understand the scope of the problem. 

Authors: Dayal A, O’Connor DM, Qadri U, Arora VM. 

Publication details: Comparison of Male vs Female Resident Milestone Evaluations by Faculty During Emergency Medicine Residency Training.  JAMA Internal Medicine. 2017. March 6. [ePub ahead of print] PubMed Link

View the abstract here

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DARA KASS
four and a half months ago

Thanks for the shout out on the podcast. Excellent discussion on real time effects of unconscious bias, especially in metrics that are validated but apparently not free from bias. Happy to discuss on a future KeyLime Podcast!