On April 9, join writer and producer Carla Kettner in a discussion about what healthcare can learn from the recent sexual harassment allegations in Hollywood.
Sexual Harassment in Hollywood: What can Healthcare Learn?
Carla Kettner, writer/producer, television and movie industry
Absolutely no one should experience harassment or violence on the job, sexual or otherwise. But unfortunately, harassment does happen, as we’ve seen with the recent flood of media coverage on sexual harassment throughout many industries and professions. Hollywood, with an increasing number of sexual harassment allegations against several high-profile producers and actors, is often in the spotlight.
On April 9, join writer and producer Carla Kettner, as she shares her perspective on how these allegations are reshaping Hollywood, and how other industries—including healthcare—can learn from the TV and movie industry’s experience.
Monday, Apr. 9
Noon – 1 p.m.
This activity can be utilized as a stimulus for claiming credits under Section 2 – Self Learning of the Royal College MOC program.
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