Gender gap in research: a bibliometric study of published articles in primary health care and general internal medicine.

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Summary of "Gender gap in research: a bibliometric study of published articles in primary health care and general internal medicine."

Many studies examined gender inequalities in research, but only a few data are available for general biomedical journals. We assessed the prevalence of female first authorship in general biomedical journals and examined its variations across a number of author, article and journal characteristics.


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