Nikki Kolman, Barbara Huijgen, Tamara Kramer, Marije Elferink-Gemser and Chris Visscher
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Most of the responding FMDs were females (78.9% trainees and 83.9% specialists), working in this speciality for 11.2±10.4 years. The majority were married or in an intimate relationship (272 (86.1%)), most of them had children (218 (69%)). At the time of the survey