Commentary on ‘Four types of gender bias affecting women surgeons, and their cumulative impact’ by Hutchison [Book Review]

Journal of Medical Ethics 46 (4):242-243 (2020)
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The central concerns of Hutchison’s paper are the under-representation and unequal pay of women in surgery and the role that subtle gender biases play in explaining these phenomena. My comments focus on how well executed and important this work is and also why we need more of it to fully understand the gravity of the situation for women in surgery and how it compares with similar situations for women in other fields.



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