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How Nurses Can Fight Sexual Harassment

How Nurses Can Fight Sexual Harassment

John Rossheim |

Sexual Harassment Training Yields Limited Results

Training can help healthcare workers deal with sexual harassment and perhaps even stop it. “Hospitals usually have comprehensive programs to combat sexual harassment, including meaningful training,” says lawyer John Doran, a partner with Greenberg Traurig LLP.

But there’s an apparent disconnect between the training hospitals say they provide and what employees recall receiving. “Just a few of the nurses in the study remember having any training at all” on dealing with sexual harassment, Dougherty says.

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    over 6 years ago


    yeah, what a nice one. This issue is always under-discussed and I quite agree with making it mandatory for all hospitals to have a functional hospital attorney.

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