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Women in Healthcare Study

Ten years ago, Studer Group researched the personal and professional demands of women who work in healthcare. In that survey, over 7,700 women told us they had a difficult time balancing the pressures of home and work, with less than half (45%) expressing satisfaction with their work-life blend. They also said they'd choose a healthcare career again and would recommend a career in healthcare to their friends.

A New Day: Make Your Voice Heard

Building on the previous research, we are conducting a new study to help people understand the issues that women healthcare professionals face today. To aid in our study, we are asking female healthcare professionals at all levels to take a fully anonymous survey. The survey will take approximately 10 minutes to complete and will ask about your personal experiences as a woman in healthcare. The survey is anonymous. No information will be collected that can identify you as an individual.

Take the Survey

The study seeks to answer:

  • How prevalent is sexual harassment in the healthcare workplace?
  • How much support do women receive from supervisors?
  • In terms of job satisfaction, flexibility and work-life balance, how do women in healthcare compare their jobs with those of female friends outside of healthcare?
  • What are healthcare employers doing to help women balance their lives?
The survey closes June 4th at 5 pm ET.

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Please sign up to receive communications from Studer Group so that we can send you the results of the study once it is complete. This form is separate from the survey and does not link your answers to you as an individual.

Survey Results

Please sign up to receive communications from Studer Group so that we can send you the results of the study once it is complete.

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