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Learning from #MeToo: a Call to Action in the Training of Psychiatric Faculty and Residents to Discuss Sexuality as a Health and Mental Health Issue

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Wainberg, M.L., McKinnon, K. & Cournos, F. Learning from #MeToo: a Call to Action in the Training of Psychiatric Faculty and Residents to Discuss Sexuality as a Health and Mental Health Issue. Acad Psychiatry 44, 16–20 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s40596-019-01051-9

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