Katie Beck / Medical Coordination Manager and Nurse / Raleigh International Katie Beck is a Registered Nurse with a specialist interest in Emergency, Expedition and Travel Medicine. She has worked on a number of overseas expeditions and in remote environments, and is currently Medical Co-ordination Manager and Deputy for Safeguarding at Raleigh. In the second… viaContinue reading “Sex, Power and Vulnerability: Safeguarding on Expeditions — Adventure Medic”
The U.S. was just ranked as one of the top 10 most dangerous countries for women for the first time ever: https://t.co/6IzTGwcO9X pic.twitter.com/QEnswph1RS — CBS News (@CBSNews) June 27, 2018
Sexual harassment of women in medicine: a problem for men to address | Postgraduate Medical Journal — Read on pmj.bmj.com/content/94/1108/129
Impt release today by @theNASEM on sexual harassment in Sci, Eng,Med. For those in Med, #’s shouldn’t surprise.Harassment is rampant. Residencies described as “breeding grounds for abusive behavior” EM called out #medtoo @choo_ek @MDaware https://t.co/P2lywl11oG@KJonesJamtgaard pic.twitter.com/OMioeJdcw9 — Louis Jamtgaard, MD (@Lgaard) June 13, 2018
#DontBeAMannequin is taking on assault and harassment of women in India. pic.twitter.com/Z16mCZE8OW — AJ+ (@ajplus) January 23, 2017
A potent alloy of gender inequality, normalisation of inappropriate conduct, professional monopolies and powerful hierarchies combine to create a culture that shields offenders and silences victims.