- •Professional impact is uniform; personal impact varies by specialty & demographics.
- •Physicians had minimal change in employment status but half report decreased income.
- •Emergency Medicine physicians quarantined from family at higher frequency.
- •Female physicians spend more hours on child & household care and less on selfcare.
- Adams J.G.
- Walls R.M.
- Mannix R.
- Lee L.K.
- Brubaker L.
|20–34 years||45 (16)|
|35–49 years||150 (54)|
|50–64 years||69 (25)|
|65 years or older||15 (5)|
|American Indian or Alaskan Native||1 (0.4)|
|Black or African American||2 (0.7)|
|Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander||1 (0.4)|
|More than one/preferred not to answer||14 (5)|
|Hispanic or Latino||7 (2)|
|Not Hispanic or Latino||259 (92)|
|Preferred not to answer||15 (5)|
|Emergency Medicine||64 (23)|
|Pediatric Emergency Medicine||66 (24)|
| Pediatric Medical Subspeciality|
| Pediatric Surgical Subspeciality|
|Level of Training|
|Current Resident||7 (3)|
|Current Fellow||23 (9)|
|Current Attending||238 (89)|
|Academic Institution||137 (53)|
| Community Institution|
- Mannix R.
- Lee L.K.
- Vincent-Lamarre P.
- Sugimoto C.R.
- Lariviere V.
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