#MeToo in medicine: The after effects of harassment
Many sexual harassment and discrimination events are not reported by medical students. Learn about the psychological effects and legal ramifications.
#MeToo in medicine: We can all be allies
Harassment is more common in historically male-dominated fields, such as medicine. Learn how to prevent a hostile work environment.
Resident & Student Health
Burnout prevention can begin in medical school, residency training
The learning environment presents numerous challenges to medical student and resident well-being. An AMA webinar uncovers practical organizational solutions.
Medical resident bullying: Here's how often it happens
A minority of internal medicine residents report being bullied, but for those who get picked on the consequences are often severe.
Bullied in medical residency? Learn how you can respond
Medicine’s introduction to physician professionalism and peer-to-peer respect is too often a hazing ritual. Medical residents don’t have to accept it.
5 ways to support medical residents facing patient discrimination
About two-thirds of trainees have been verbally harassed by patients. A legal expert suggests how to respond.
Why women physicians are more likely to experience burnout
Learn more about the key factors that are contributing to female burnout in medicine.
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