Tag: Women in Medicine: September 2017

Morgan Shier, MD Morgan Shier, MD (2 Posts)

Resident Physician Contributing Writer

Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital


Morgan is a family medicine resident at Providence Hood River Memorial Hospital in Hood River, OR. Her interests include the social determinants of health, rural medicine, and women's health. Outside of medicine, she enjoys writing, traveling, and nature.




Perspectives of Women in Orthopaedic Surgery on Leadership Development

Over the past 50 years, the demographics of medical school graduates in the United States has changed dramatically with the number of women (47%) almost equaling the number of men in 2014. However, the Association of American Medical Colleges reports that out of all the sub-specialties, orthopaedic surgery has the lowest proportion of female residents, instructors, assistant, associate, and full professors.

Ann Joyce, PhD Ann Joyce, PhD (1 Posts)

Faculty Guest Writer

University of South Florida


Dr. Joyce is the program manager for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of South Florida, and a doctoral candidate in Higher Education Administration.