An exploratory study of sex differences in orientation to clinical practice
Few statistically significant sex differences were found in orientation to clinical practice of a randomly selected sample of 300 licensed clinical social workers. 28 male and 69 female licensed clinical social workers had very similar attitudes, philosophies, and behaviors toward clinical practice. These findings add to the limited research available.
School of Social Work
Pardeck, John T., and Gregory J. Skibinski. "An exploratory study of sex differences in orientation to clinical practice." Psychological reports 81, no. 3_suppl (1997): 1392-1394.