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Medical Harm and Sexual Misconduct – Scholarly articles

Harm can only be determined by the recipient. This is the basis of the provision in the university's policy on sexual misconduct that states that “Since individuals may experience the same interaction in different ways, it is the responsibility of each party to determine that the other has consented before engaging in the activity.” Thus,… Continue reading Medical Harm and Sexual Misconduct – Scholarly articles

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Investigations – Office of Sexual Misconduct – Contact that is “Sexual in Nature”

In my previous posts, I discussed underwear removal and genital exposure, which was included in one of the charges against the three respondents. Another charge involved contact with the groin and genital area. In order to prove these charges, the investigator had to find evidence that the actions of the respondents were unnecessary and egregious.… Continue reading Investigations – Office of Sexual Misconduct – Contact that is “Sexual in Nature”

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Investigations – Office of Sexual Misconduct – Unnecessary Actions – Underwear Removal

In my previous post, I discussed the doctor's and resident's claim of their need for groin access in case of a complication, the chances of which were minuscule. In order to obtain groin access, the resident stated during the investigation that she needed to remove my underwear. This underwear had been provided to me by… Continue reading Investigations – Office of Sexual Misconduct – Unnecessary Actions – Underwear Removal

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Investigations – Office of Sexual Misconduct – Unnecessary Actions – Groin Access

In my last post, I discussed the the doctor's reasons for shaving my groin, none of which applied given that incisions were made around my knee only.I want to expand on the doctor's claim that my groin was shaved to accommodate the bandage. Recall from this post that she first mentioned the hospital policy for… Continue reading Investigations – Office of Sexual Misconduct – Unnecessary Actions – Groin Access

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Investigations – Office of Sexual Misconduct – Unnecessary Actions

Before I discuss the actions of the doctor and her staff as unnecessary, let's discuss why the resident and circulating nurse stripped me naked, shaved my pubic hair, and cleansed my groin.In an April 2021 email to the patient experience office, the doctor mentioned the following: I will leave it to you to judge her… Continue reading Investigations – Office of Sexual Misconduct – Unnecessary Actions