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ACC survey: Nearly half of cardiologists report hostile work environment
1 month ago - By Healio
According to an American College of Cardiology survey, 44% of cardiologists from around the world reported being in a hostile work environment.
The definition of hostile work environment included emotional harassment, discrimination and sexual harassment.
“A hostile work environment has a pronounced and pervasive adverse effect on professional satisfaction and professional activities, a finding suggesting that hostile work environment is both a professional issue and a patient care issue,” Garima Sharma, MD, assistant professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of
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