To the Editor I was surprised to read in the Research Letter by Dr Viglianti and colleagues1 that only 24.8% of female internal medicine residents reported any sexual harassment during their training. Frankly, it would be amazing if so few women experienced sexual harassment—a triumph of progress toward gender equity because studies of sexual harassment indicate that more than half of women in medicine have been harassed.2 I am concerned that the respondents did not fully grasp what counted as harassment or were oblivious to the ambient harassment in their environments.
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