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COVID-19 Pandemic Impacted Home Life of 67% of Female Physicians Having Children

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According to a survey, the COVID-19 pandemic has been found to disrupt the home life of female primary care doctors who had children more than it disrupted the life of those who did not have kids.The survey was conducted by the Robert Graham Center and the American Board of Family Medicine between May and June last year and looked into the professional and personal experiences of being a primary care physician and a mother during the pandemic. A total of 89 female physicians working in the prima...
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