For decades, women have been under-represented in clinical drug trials, unaccounted for in everything from car-safety regulations to studies of work-related illnesses, and not taken seriously when seeking treatment for genuine pain and illness.
Last year, this phenomenon got a name: “Healthcare gaslighting.” With it has come the start of a public discourse on how to reckon with this long-ignored problem. Angela Rodell, CEO of the Alaska Permanent Fund, has one suggestion on how to tackle it: Hire more women in finance.
Read and watch Quartz’s full interview (membership) with Angela Rodell.
This story is part of How We’ll Win in 2019, a year-long exploration of workplace gender equality. Read more stories
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