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The bunker: This is a room in the hospital where medical students, residents, and their attending physicians meet behind closed doors to rest and talk about their days.

There, one might laugh about the patient in the “monkey jacket,” or hospital gown, who had a case of “chandelier syndrome,” practically leaping up toward the ceiling in surprise when she felt the cold stethoscope.

Overpowering gender stereotypes will take more than outnumbering the men in our field.

If you’ve ever seen a doctor struggle to administer a medication, boost a patient in a bed, or try to organize the minute-to-minute care of a hospitalized patient, you can probably understand why.

Experts estimate that 3 to 5 percent of physicians engage in such behavior, berating nurses who call them in the middle of the night about a patient, flinging scalpels at trainees who aren’t moving fast enough, demeaning co-workers they consider incompetent or cutting off patients who ask a lot of questions.

“We’re talking about a very small number of physicians, but the ripple effect is profound,” said Charles Samenow, an assistant professor of psychiatry at George Washington University School of Medicine, who evaluates doctors with behavioral problems.

AVOID UNNECESSARY ARGUMENTS A career in medicine is a demanding one.

A surgeon might say “High Five” when entering the OR to let other staff know they’ll be operating on someone with HIV.

Nurses have been by my side for the most frightening and important experiences in my life (in the hospital and out). So, please, don’t call me “nurse.” Recently, I was on service with one of the most accomplished female physicians at my institution.

However, in 1849, Elizabeth Blackwell became the first woman to receive a medical degree in the U. Hundreds of thousands of female medical school graduates later, women are now poised to outnumber their male colleagues by 2017.

A surgeon might cringe while recalling a “peek-and-shriek,” an operation in which she opened a patient’s belly to find something unexpected, like cancer, and quickly stitched up again.

Cowboys and fleas: Doctors don’t only bad-mouth their patients; they also bad-mouth each other.