What is the educational background for Gynecologists?"
The job outlook for physicians in general is very good. The number of positions is expected to grow faster than average between now and 2014. A recent report shows that many medical students are choosing not to specialize in gynecology due to the high rate of malpractice. The many lawsuits have caused malpractice insurance premiums to sky rocket, causing many OB/GYN to leave the practice. This had led to fewer health care options for women in many states and fewer gynecologists. In turn, the average salary for practicing gynecologists is expected to raise considerably and the job outlook is expected to be on the rise.
The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
between 12,500 or 15,500 a year .
Probably 200000 thousands
Most gynecologists are required to have a bachelors degree and a Doctor of Medicine or a Doctor of Osteopathy. Gynecologists must then complete a obstetrician-gynecology residency program.
Gynecologists are medical physicians, who were mostly men in the past. More and more are women now mainly because there are more women in the medical field now.
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Obstetrician / gynecologists
not exactly maybe.......
It is related to the job.All the concepts about the job.
Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Yes, there are many gynecologists that are men.
Gynecologists and when you get pregnant it's Obstetrician's.
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It depends on the job and exactly how many hours you work.
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