Sexual Harassment in Academic Medicine: It Is Time to Break the Silence

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As we engage in a national conversation about sexual harassment in the workplace that spans from Silicon Valley to Capitol Hill, there has been a deafening silence among those of us who share the privilege of providing health care to women and also training students, residents, and fellows. One of the most concerning issues with current reports in the media is that, in most cases, people in leadership positions knew about the sexual harassment but either failed to address it or addressed it in a way that had no real consequence. It was not until the concerns entered the public space that the leaders and companies took substantive action.
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