Looking Beyond the STEM/Non-STEM Dichotomy for Answers Regarding Female Participation
Top women doctors lose out in NHS pay stakes
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Apprenticeship-based training in Neurogastroenterology and Motility
Women are rewarded less for loyalty and are paid up to a quarter less than their male colleagues in the most male-dominated occupations
With advancing years this common question, often from an anxious patient undergoing a rectal examination, has ambiguously changed to ‘whatever led you into this area?’
Women receive less credit for speaking up in the workplace than their male counterparts, a study has found.
Applications are invited for a one year Advanced Training Programme (ATP) in nutrition, commencing September 2018 for a one year period.
Training pathways: analysis of the transition from the foundation programme to the next stage of training
This is the first in a series of reports exploring how doctors progress through training.
The Research and Academic Development Committees of the BSG are seeking research champions to advise and mentor up to 3 Gastroenterology trainees at the BSG annual meeting in 2018.