Doctors won’t see gender parity in most surgical specialties during their lifetime: Aussie study 

It will be 186 years before numbers of female and male orthopaedic surgeons are the same, authors predict.
Dr Vaite Graham.

It will take eight generations, or more than 180 years, before the number of female orthopaedic and cardiothoracic surgeons is the same as their male colleagues, Australian researchers predict. 

They have calculated the expected year to reach gender parity in nine surgical subspecialties, based on the current pace of women entering each field.