May 8, 2018
Linda Snell's article choice investigates whether there is a gender differences in teaching evaluations. The retrospective study was performed at a North American medical school, there were 14,107 teaching evaluations of 965 faculty members.
Gender is also the subject for KeyLIME episode 174. 'Gender differences in attending physicians feedback to residents: A qualitative analysis'.
Authors: Morgan HK, Purkiss JA, Porter AC, Lypson ML, Santen SA, Christner J, Grum CM, and Hammoud MM.
Publication details: Student evaluation of faculty physicians: gender differences in teaching evaluations. Journal of Women's Health.25,5. 453-456. (2016).
View the abstract here
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