Sexual Harassment in Ophthalmology: A Survey Study
Michelle T. Cabrera, Laura B. Enyedi, Leona Ding, Susan M. MacDonaldRead More
The #MeToo movement has raised awareness of sexual harassment in the workplace. The recent dismissal of the University of Southern California’s medical dean highlights its impact on the highest levels of ophthalmology leadership. Sexual harassment interferes with education, job satisfaction, and mental health and can constrain opportunities for professional advancement, with data in the medical community going back decades.1,2 The aim of the current study was to understand better the scope and prevalence of sexual harassment among ophthalmologists.