Gender-based Harassment of Emergency Medicine Trainees: What Faculty Educators Need to Know.
AEM Educ Train
There is increased interest in workplace harassment as reports of improper workplace conduct have surfaced among multiple industries and governments. Accounts of sexual misconduct in academic medical centers also highlight the need for further education and training for faculty educators. The purpose of this paper is to provide faculty educators with the tools to recognize and respond to gender-based harassment of medical trainees. More specifically, we will review existing literature, the definition of gender-based harassment, federal laws, institutional reporting protocols, and retaliation toward reporters of harassing behavior.
Jung D. Gender-based Harassment of Emergency Medicine Trainees: What Faculty Educators Need to Know. AEM Educ Train. 2019 Jul 16;4(1):77-80. doi: 10.1002/aet2.10373. PMID: 31989076; PMCID: PMC6965697.