Intimidation and harassment in residency: a review of the literature and results of the 2012 Canadian Association of Interns and Residents National Survey

@inproceedings{Karim2014IntimidationAH,
  title={Intimidation and harassment in residency: a review of the literature and results of the 2012 Canadian Association of Interns and Residents National Survey},
  author={Safiya Karim and Maryana Duchcherer},
  booktitle={Canadian medical education journal},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Intimidation and harassment (I&H) have been longstanding problems in residency training. These behaviours continue to be prevalent, as evidenced by the 2012 Canadian Association of Interns and Residents (CAIR) National Resident Survey. More than seven in ten (72.9%) residents reported behaviour from others that made them feel diminished during their residency. We conducted a literature review to identify other surveys to determine the prevalence, key themes, and solutions to I&H… CONTINUE READING