Sexual Harassment of Junior Doctors: Helping Whistle Blowers Who Reveal a Significant Mental Health Issue
It is twenty years since the whistle blower initiated Bristol Inquiry promised to revolutionise clinical medicine with patient-centred, pro-reporting clinical governance. Now whistle blowers are revealing another major issue in clinical medicine with significant mental health implications: the reluctance to report or take seriously sexual harassment of junior colleagues.
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|Source:||Journal of Ethics in Mental Health|
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