Women doctor – Dr Tammie
- It seems that if you are encouraging your daughter to become a doctor, you’re condemning her to a lifetime of unhappiness, depression, and anxiety.
- This is an unfortunate reality for many female doctors who often suffer in silence, experiencing negative effects on their mental health, career growth, and patient care due to the male-dominated nature of the healthcare profession. Women doctors face unique challenges such as gender bias, harassment, and discrimination that can create an unwelcoming and unsupportive work environment.
- This is the objective of #GLOW. We are working to create a special program for our next global meeting in Puerto Rico in 2024.
Women Leadership During a Crisis
According to critical mass theory, a group needs 30 per cent representation to make a tangible difference to a culture. Women currently hold 29 per cent of university presidencies in Canada, and are just reaching the threshold needed to truly advance change.”