#Metoo Part Two

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Earlier this year, White Coat, Black Art aired a program that detailed the experiences of female medical students and residents who told stories of being sexually harassed and even assaulted by senior doctors who were their mentors and teachers. We protected the women's identities because they feared going public would impact their careers. This week, Dr. Kimberley Kelly, a professor, a practicing MD for more than 20 years and board member of the Alberta Medical Association goes on the record with her #metoo in medicine story. She is now at the forefront of a movement to change the culture that allowed for abuse. She tells us about the steps she and other leaders are taking to bring about that change.

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