Ilene Ruhoy, MD, neurologist, medical officer, EDS / Chiari Center, Mount Sinai South Nassau Hospital.
Sarah Diekman MD, principal, occupational and environmental medicine, Johns Hopkins Hospital.
Jenneh Rishe, RN, founder, Endometriosis Center.
Alissa Zingman, MD, Founder and General Manager, PRISM Spine & Joint.
Paula Luber, MD, family physician.
Dusenbury, M. Abuse: The truth about the abandonment of poor medicine and lazy science to women who have been abused, misrepresented, and ill.HarperOne.
Academic Emergency Medicine: “Male inequality in analgesic medication of occupational therapy patients with abdominal pain.”
Canadian Medical Association: “Impact of ‘sex disease’ on physicians’ recommendations for total knee arthroplasty.”
New England Journal of Medicine: “Diagnoses of acute cardiac ischemia are run in the emergency room.”
Information: “Running the pattern of stroke in the crisis industry: a cross-sectional analysis of a large sample of the population.”
History of rheumatic diseases: “Women with rheumatoid arthritis first named after men.”
BMJ Wehe: “Differences in the early diagnosis of cancer and cancer after exposure to menopause signal: evidence from a high school review of a primary care management study in English. “
Journal of Law, Medicine & Ethics: “The girl who cried in pain: A kind of anti -women treatment of pain.”
BMC Women’s Life: “Twenty years and counting: with women involved and teaching women and men in biomedical research.”
Stat: “20 years ago, a geospatial study showed the technological breakdown of medicine. Why has it changed so little?”
Fourth Tree: “Time to take value: A Meta-Analysis and Systematic Review of Analgesic Treatment Disparities for Pain in the United States.”
Search ʻObesity: “Perceptions of primary care physicians about obesity and maintenance.”
New York Times: “Labs are said to be starting to embrace a kind of change that hasn’t been taken care of: women.”
Nation to improve certification in medicine: “SIDM Roadmap for research to improve certification – transforming the National Academy of Medicine’s recommendations into policy action.”
The cutting of JAMA: “The consequences of the procedure do not need to be known – the issue is for balance between patients and physicians.”
BMJ: “Comparing postoperative outcomes between patients treated by male and female physicians: a cohort study based on the population.”
JAMA Internal Medicine: “Comparison of Clinical Mortality and Literacy for Medicare Patients Managed by Male and Female Physicians.”
PNAS: “Non-physician marriage concordance and mortality rate among female heart attack patients.”