Female doctors bikini photos

Female doctors share bikini photos online after survey criticizes them.

A number of female doctors are rebelling after a survey indicated that it is ‘unprofessional’ for them to post themselves wearing bikini’s on their social media.

A number of bikini athletes who are also doctors that compete in various federations were not impressed with this survey.

The survey was published on 25 December, 2019. The user had to pay a fee to read the results, but now, after more than a year, the results are free to view.

Click HERE to view the survey.

A study quietly published months ago, that called female doctors “provocative,” “unprofessional,” and “inappropriate” for posting bikini photos on their social media, is regaining attention and causing a stir on Twitter and Instagram.

The Journal of Vascular Surgery, looked at the social media accounts of 480 recent vascular-surgery graduates between 2016 and 2018.

The researchers actually went to the extreme to creat fake social media profiles to view each person’s personal photos. They determined that 61 of the 235 medical residents they studied had “unprofessional or potentially unprofessional content,” which they defined as: drinking alcohol, using profane language, and wearing Halloween costumes, and sharing bikini photos.

Late Thursday, medics began sharing the seven-months-old findings, saying the research is “shaming” women doctors and exposing sexism within the industry. Soon, the hashtag #MedBikini started taking off, with medics posting bikini selfies, along with details of their credentials and accomplishments.

Evolutionofbodybuilding.net condone these type of survey’s. It is the right to any female or male doctor to do whatever they like on their private time away from work. It is their right to show off their body after dedicating their life to sculpting it at the gym.

What is next? Not letting a female doctor compete at a bodybuilding and fitness contest!!

Surely we won’t be hearing the end of this and we can expect more female doctors fighting for their right to do whatever they please.

Checkout #medbikini or #medbikinis on Instagram to view all the posts from female doctors.




The survey in full:

Prevalence of unprofessional social media content among young vascular surgeons

Presented at the Forty-seventh Annual Symposium of the Society for Clinical Vascular Surgery, Boca Raton, Fla, March 16-20, 2019.

Abstract

Objective

It has been demonstrated that publicly available social media content may affect patient choice of physician, hospital, and medical facility. Furthermore, such content has the potential to affect professional reputation among peers and employers. Our goal was to evaluate the extent of unprofessional social media content among recent vascular surgery fellows and residents.

Methods

The Association of Program Directors in Vascular Surgery directory was used to compile a list of graduating vascular surgery trainees from 2016 to 2018. Neutral Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram accounts were used to search for publicly available information. All content was screened by two separate investigators for prespecified clearly unprofessional or potentially unprofessional content. Clearly unprofessional content included: Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act violations, intoxicated appearance, unlawful behavior, possession of drugs or drug paraphernalia, and uncensored profanity or offensive comments about colleagues/work/patients. Potentially unprofessional content included: holding/consuming alcohol, inappropriate attire, censored profanity, controversial political or religious comments, and controversial social topics. Descriptive data were compiled and Fisher exact test was used for categorical comparisons.


 

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If you haven’t heard, sexism against women in medicine is a HUGE problem – well it’s a problem everywhere let’s be honest lol. There’s an article going around by male vascular surgeons who made fake accounts to spy on colleagues as a part of a social media “study” of professionalism. Standing in solidarity today with all women HCPs by sharing a sexism story of my own. My very first job interview was the most unprofessional interaction I’ve had to date. The lady (yes sexism is enforced by women too) interviewing me had zero interest in my accomplishments, references, leadership or academics. Instead she told me that “no one will accept you in this practice with your ass all over the Internet” She was referring to the left photo where I was a fitness competitor. My fitness journey is a big part of why I went into medicine, and became an obesity specialist – but none of that mattered. She said she didn’t want to “deal” with me and I needed to delete everything (google). I got the job regardless, retrospectively this person just wanted to berate me when given an opportunity but had never met me before. The sexism continued throughout this job, always being told “dress more professional” yet I was never showing skin etc. Today, I help people THROUGH social media, fitness, telemedicine, and sharing so many parts of my journey. I help by being ME and being transparent, and owning who I am. Several women have experienced similar and much worse, so today I’m standing with you all (in my bikini) bc we are brilliant AND human 😘💪🏼💃🏼 If this has happened to you tell me below! #doctor #physician #beyou #toxicprofessionalism #medicine #womandoctor #bikini #fitness #competitor #selfcare #selfcarerx #resident #medstudent #residency #lifestyle #lifestylemedicine #medbikini #bikini

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