Differences in operative autonomy among men and women urology trainees


“Women often are afraid to ask for what they want because they don't want to be perceived as too aggressive or too bossy,” says Kate H. Kraft, MD.

In this video, Kate H. Kraft, MD, discusses the main points of her presentation, “Closing the gap: The effect of gender on operative autonomy in urology training,” which was presented at the Society of Women in Urology Annual Clinical Mentoring Conference. Kraft is an associate professor and residency program director in the department of urology at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.

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