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The older female patients were, the more likely they were to see male doctors. As for men, they favored male doctors from the post-college years through the golden years, and their same-gender preference increased with age too. The only age group where male and female patients both favored female doctors was patients 19 and younger.
While many women do have gender preference in their doctors or midwives, a study done by the American College of OB/GYNs (ACOG) says that most women don’t have a preference in a man or woman. That said, it remains a fact that women will continue to choose their doctors and other practitioners based on a variety. Patients’ gender preferences for medical care are a factor that we all know exists yet most physicians prefer to ignore it in daily practice hoping that modern medicine is gender neutral. Forty plus years ago when I started in medicine this wasn’t a consideration. Nearly all physicians were men and nurses were.
A near-equal number (44%) of women said that they had no preference between a male doctor or a female one. Almost a quarter of men (23%) said they prefer a male doctor, while only 6% of women agreed. The most common answer for men was “no preference,” with 58% choosing this answer. The gender identity question also includes options for people who have a non-binary gender identity (people who do not identify as male or female). In addition to collecting SO/GI data, asking patients to include the name they want their providers to use as well as the correct pronouns to use is also recommended by leading.
I have a strong preference toward male doctors, OBGYNs included. Purely from my own experiences, I just found the male ones to be more relaxed and sympathetic whereas women have come across as short tempered know-it-alls. However if you feel very strongly about needing it to be a female doctor then.
If gender bias (or lack thereof) were the most important factor in physician selection for patients seeking obstetric and gynecologic care, approximately 6% of patients would seek care only from men, 27%, only from women, and the remainder, who indicate no gender preference, would be divided randomly between providers of both sexes. Aspects of a patient’s history like sexual practices, gender-related surgery, identification, or plans for self-treatment, are all part of the larger picture of the patient’s life and health. Modern medicine is assumed to be gender neutral, that is providers, nurses and assistants are equally able to offer their services to all comers no matter the genders involved. It is a tenet.
Given masculinity is associated with gender bias (Kilianski, 2003), we theorize that this may prompt preference for male doctors if masculine men believe that women make less competent doctors (Studies 1 and 2).
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|from Gender Roles|
|from Women, Science, and Technology: A Reader in Feminist Science Studies|
|from Encyclopedia of Disability|
|from Encyclopedia of Women’s Health|
|from Medical Ethics Today: The BMA’s Handbook of Ethics and Law|
|from Disorderly Conduct: Visions of Gender in Victorian America|
|from Mosby’s Pocket Guide to Cultural Health Assessment E-Book|
|from Hermaphrodites and the Medical Invention of Sex|