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Perceptions of the Work Environment in Cardiology can Influence Medical Students


Costas Tsioufis*

Several studies have found that male medical students tend to show a greater interest in pursuing a career in cardiology compared to their female counterparts. This gender disparity in interest has been observed in multiple countries and across different stages of medical education. One factor influencing career choices is the perceived lifestyle associated with a particular specialty. Research suggests that female medical students may prioritize work-life balance and lifestyle factors more than male students. As a result, they may be less inclined to choose cardiology, which is often perceived as demanding and requiring long hours. As a result, they may be less inclined to choose cardiology as a career path. The presence of mentors and role models within a specialty plays a crucial role in shaping career choices.

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