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A survey of Medical School faculty found that sexual harassment against medical faculty is alarmingly common. The study's authors argue that interventions must address sexual harassment, which affects mental health and career outcomes of male and female physicians. CBSSM's Reshma Jagsi and Timothy RB Johnson were co-authors on the study.


Check out CBSSM director, Reshma Jagsi's The West Wind podcast, "How a Government Major Who Worked in the White House Became Drawn to Medicine."


Sexual harassment remains a significant problem in healthcare, especially for women. What can radiologists do to be better allies for individuals experiencing such harassment? A recent commentary by Chithra Perumalswami and Reshma Jagsi published in the Journal of the American College of Radiology explored this subject in detail.

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In a recent New York Times opinion piece, Dr. Lisa Harris discusses some of her daily experiences as an abortion care provider.

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In a recent study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, Chithra Perumalswami, Reshma Jagsi, and colleagues found that competing home/work demands and negative work climate lead to burnout in physician-scientists. Systems-level interventions are needed to decrease work-related physician burnout.