- •Gender, specialty, experience, h-index and location were predictors of salary.
- •Overall, female surgeons had lower salaries compared to male surgeons in the VHA.
- •Within each surgical specialty, there was no significant gender pay gap.
- •Women were underrepresented in higher-paying specialties, such as Orthopedics.
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