Trends and Evolution in Women’s Health Workforce in the First Quarter of the 21st Century
Received Date:April 04, 2022; Published Date: April 19, 2022
Medicine in general, and particularly women’s health, is rapidly evolving. This brief communication exposes some of the changes in Obstetrics and Gynecology but are relevant to all areas of medicine. As medical knowledge grows exponentially, there may be a greater sub-specialization of physicians, residency education must adapt, physician burnout remains an issue and clinician-scientist are becoming a dying breed. In addition, healthcare delivery systems and technological innovations, such as intelligent-EMRs, promise to support physician and prevent medical errors.
Keywords: Burnout; OB/GYN; Physician workforce; Resident training; Subspecialty; Technology