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Women physicians in cardiovascular magnetic resonance: past, present, and future

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Item Type:Review
Title:Women physicians in cardiovascular magnetic resonance: past, present, and future
Creators Name:Sierra-Galan, L.M. and Aggarwal, N.R. and Stojanovska, J. and Raman, S.V. and Han, Y. and Ferreira, V.M. and Thomas, K. and Seiberlich, N. and Parwani, P. and Bucciarelli-Ducci, C. and Baldassarre, L.A. and Mavrogeni, S. and Ordovas, K. and Schulz-Menger, J. and Bandettini, W.P.
Abstract:Women's engagement in medicine, and more specifically cardiovascular imaging and cardiovascular MRI (CMR), has undergone a slow evolution over the past several decades. As a result, an increasing number of women have joined the cardiovascular imaging community to contribute their expertise. This collaborative work summarizes the barriers that women in cardiovascular imaging have overcome over the past several years, the positive interventions that have been implemented to better support women in the field of CMR, and the challenges that still remain, with a special emphasis on women physicians.
Keywords:Women, Cardiovascular MRI, Cardiovascular Imaging, Gender Diversity, Leadership, CMR, Inclusion, Equity
Source:Frontiers in Cardiovascular Medicine
Publisher:Frontiers Media SA
Page Range:984326
Date:4 January 2023
Official Publication:https://doi.org/10.3389/fcvm.2022.984326
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