Female Surgical Residents Face Discrimination and Harassment
Updated: Jun 10, 2020
According to The Philadelphia Inquirer, "[a] recent study in the New England Journal of Medicine reveals that mistreatment — categorized as discrimination, verbal or physical abuse and sexual harassment — may contribute to burnout and suicidal thoughts in surgical residents." Read the full article, entitled "Female surgical residents face discrimination that can mean burnout, suicidal thoughts, study finds," here.
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