Interim Physicians Blog

What do women in medicine want? The locum life.

Posted by Saralynn White on Sep 20, 2018 12:27:13 PM

It’s September 2018 – Women in Medicine Month, as declared by the American Medical Association (AMA) – and today there are 333,833 female physicians practicing in the U.S. Conversely, there were about 200 women physicians in 1960 (to quote a campaign from that era: "You’ve come a long way, baby!").

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Topics: Women in Medicine Month, AMA, Michelle Bens DO, locum lore, Why locum, female physicians, Do men and women doctor differently, reclaim some of your time, balancing work and family, work-life balance, benefits of working locums, AWAY suitcase giveaway

Meet Dr. Michelle Bens: Queen of the court, the ER, and locum tenens

Posted by Saralynn White on Sep 6, 2018 11:03:23 AM

To celebrate Women in Medicine Month (sponsored by the American Medical Association) we wrote about one of our favorite female physicians, Dr. Michelle Bens. September's Women in Medicine Month serves as a platform to showcase the accomplishments of female physicians and highlights advocacy needs related to professional concerns of women physicians and health issues affecting women patients.

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Topics: Michelle Bens DO, Doctors are choosing locum tenens, Why locum, Emergency Medicine, Michigan State University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, East Lansing, MI, Charleston, SC, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, AMA, American Medical Association, Women in Medicine Month

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