Review highlights 'structural barriers' behind 33% gender pay gap for GPs

Structural penalties and barriers to career progression for women in medicine have led to a 33% gender pay gap in general practice that must be tackled through reforms to pay and work culture, a major independent review has warned.

by Nick Bostock

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