Achieving gender equity in intensive care medicine requires specific interventions to attract and retain female trainees and support their progress to leadership roles
For several decades, women have comprised about half of medical graduates in Australia.1 This is yet to translate into a gender‐balanced specialty workforce. In 2016, fewer than one in five practising surgeons, cardiologists and intensivists were women.2 In recognition of this, several Colleges have developed plans to improve gender balance within their specialty.
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