Women in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery

August 15, 2011
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Editorial

Women are now well established in medicine, but historically this was not always true. Hence, it seems reasonable for each specialty to analyze itself from time to time to determine where it stands on the inclusion of women in practice and in leadership positions.

Women are now well established in medicine, but historically this was not always true. Hence, it seems reasonable for each specialty to analyze itself from time to time to determine where it stands on the inclusion of women in practice and in leadership positions. While otolaryngology-head and neck surgery has generally been considered a woman-friendly surgical subspecialty, we, too, should assess our field to be certain that we are doing as well as we might think we are.

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