Where are our female leaders in Medicine?

Despite having reached gender parity in our medical schools back in 2000, it seems that doctors in leadership positions are still predominantly male.

Over the past 30 years, the number of women enrolled in professional degrees, such as law and medicine, has risen from less than 25% in the 1970s to more than 50% in 2015.

So why are women still underrepresented in medicine?

Sophie chatted to Helen Dickinson, Associate Professor in Public Governance from the Melbourne School of Government on some of the reasonings behind it all.

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