Here's the question we pose in the : is medicine ready for "Time's Up"? #WomenInMedicine
Women may soon constitute more than half the physician workforce, and the outcry for safety and equity in the workplace is occurring in health care as in other industries. #womeninmedicine
Powerful piece in on gender harassment in medicine by trio of Gender differences in salary & promotion are important and well known but the implications of pervasive harassment reach a whole new level
Excuse me while I swoon over my lovely friends' kick-butt editorial in !! #TimesUp #MeToo #WomenInMedicine
In this piece reveal an astonishing problem: Half of female medical students experience sexual harassment during training. Harassment education is failing miserably, there needs to be greater focus on prevention.
This story is a virtual primer on taking an organized stand angst sexual harassment: -study it -speak hard truths -petition those in power &
“Time’s Up for Medicine?” The answer is clear when reports show 50% of #medstudents being harassed. One more thing that adds to #genderdisparities. Nice work ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
Is It #timeup for medicine? and discuss.
“Putting an end to the culture of gender-based harassment is key to recruiting, retaining, & realizing the full potential of the 🚺-majority health care workforce... & feels long overdue.” #TimesUp #MeTooMedicine
Brilliant by three of my #WomenInMedicine heroes, , & Time’s Up for Medicine? Only Time Will Tell | #TimesUp cc:
“A framework [is required] in which harassment is an organizational problem.”👏🏼 ⁦⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦
Powerful commentary on gender discrimination in academic medicine and the organizational permissiveness that facilitates it by . Time’s Up for Medicine? #ACCWIC
Timely article by ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ “The declaration of “Time’s Up” for medicine feels at once urgent and aspirational. Putting an end to the culture of gender-based harassment is key...” #TimesUp #SheForShe #HeForShe
Imagine a medical-school dean addressing incoming class:: “Look at the woman to your left and then at the woman to your right. On average, one of them will be sexually harassed during the next 4 years, before she has even begun her career as a physician.”
“Sexual harassment is the medical community’s chronic, debilitating disease....” This article by is a must read. #TimesUp #metoo #WomenInMedicine
As many as 50% of female medical students report sexual harrassment and other very disturbing gender issues (salary,leadership, promotion). , . Time’s Up for Medicine? Only Time Will Tell | NEJM
"A damning truth at the heart of our lack of progress on this front: organizations do not perceive sufficient endogenous incentive to reform their practices" | NEJM
Time’s Up for Medicine? Only Time Will Tell | NEJM
"Using a framework in which harassment is an organizational problem and one that stems from, and is cultivated by, a broad range of gender-based inequities has the potential to change the tone of this discussion." [email protected]_ek, and
Time’s Up for Medicine? Only Time Will Tell | NEJM
Time’s Up for Medicine? Only Time Will Tell | NEJM
Good discussion of ⁦⁩ findings on sexual harassment in science and medicine. ⁦
A clear statement of an indolent problem, ⁦⁩. An excellent invitation for solutions from the personal to the organizational.
It's time to end the sexual harassment of women in academic medicine, by , in
Following a report from the National Academies of Science, Engineering, and Medicine, a article calls for a complete #change to the way that the #medical #profession treats #women to reduce the amount of #harassment in the workplace.
#TimesUp for Medicine? Only Time Will Tell | NEJM #MeToo
A #mustread by the amazing & colleagues on how to assure equity btw men & women in academic medicine & how to stop sexual harassment #Timeisup
Time’s Up for Medicine? Only Time Will Tell | NEJM
Time’s Up for Medicine? Only Time Will Tell
#TimesUp for Medicine? Only Time will Tell