How to get female doctors to speak up at medical events

Getting rid of all male panels and letting women ask the first question work wonders, a UK study shows

Women are less likely to take part in medical conferences than men, but a simple intervention may help, a UK study shows. 

Dr Victoria Salem, an endocrinologist at Imperial College London, is the lead author of a study that compared women's participation at the Society for Endocrinology's annual conference across two years.

Her research showed women spoke significantly less than men, at the

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