Kim Templeton, MD is professor and vice chair of orthopaedic surgery at the University of Kansas in Kansas City. She has been the residency program director in Kansas City for almost 2 decades and currently serves on the ACGME Orthopaedic Residency Review Committee, as well as being one of the orthopaedic surgery representatives to the AAMC (CFAS). Dr. Templeton is past-president of the US Bone and Joint Initiative and of the American Medical Women’s Association. She is past chair of the Orthopaedic Section and past vice-chair of the Women Physician Section of the AMA. Dr. Templeton is past president and current member of the Kansas State Board of Healing Arts. She has been a member of various committees of the National Quality Forum and the National Committee for Quality Assurance and is a member of the National Board of Medical Examiners. Dr. Templeton’s work has focused on increasing awareness of sex and gender in all health conditions, as well as addressing issues faced by women physicians. Dr. Templeton is the author of several articles and books chapters, including serving as lead author on the National Academy of Medicine discussion paper, Gender-based Differences in Burnout: Issues Faced by Women Physicians, published in 2019.