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Creating a culture that puts an end to sexual harassment in healthcare

Residency Program Alert, March 11, 2020

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by Megan Headley, from Patient Safety and Quality Healthcare magazine

The #MeToo movement has encouraged a wide range of industries that once looked at sexual harassment as “part of the job” to start taking steps to improve working conditions. Healthcare is among those industries that are not only finally recognizing the extent of the problem but looking for ways to prevent this behavior in the future.

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