Female cardiologists have a poor work-life balance compared to other specialties and are more likely to perceive a cardiology career as incompatible with family life, a study has found. Among the survey findings from 452 women in medicine in Australia and New Zealand, those in cardiology worked more hours per week (median 50 vs 40 ...
Work-life balance worst for women in cardiology, the least ‘female friendly’ speciality
By Julie Lambert
3 Aug 2021