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… via… Continue Reading
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
Perhaps hospitals are not the best place to teach ethical professionalism?https://t.co/hT6chUP4b0 — Minh Le Cong (@ketaminh) February 6, 2017 https://t.co/NGRdGcBvk0 — CICM (@CICMANZ) January 29, 2017
#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.