The toll of ‘invisible work’ on women in medicine

CHICAGO — “Women leaders are disproportionately doing the [invisible] work to make the company be better, and we need to do better for our women,” Shikha Jain, MD, FACP said here.That invisible work is “getting the company awards, recognition” and often includes necessary but hidden tasks that keep the organization afloat, Jain said during closing remarks on the first day of the Women in Medicine Summit.Jain explained that a citizenship task is an example of invisible work. This includes serving “as a representative for your race and gender,” serving “onRead More

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