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    [–] A doctor who raped a sedated female patient gets probation, when will these horrific medical crimes against vulnerable women be taken seriously? kjames06 533 points ago in TwoXChromosomes

    It's weird that hospitals set up their operational processes and systems to allow this kind of horror. At least he got caught and convicted, most healthcare predators never face responsability for their crimes against patients, according to the data. Article

    [–] A doctor who raped a sedated female patient gets probation, when will these horrific medical crimes against vulnerable women be taken seriously? kjames06 953 points ago in TwoXChromosomes

    She wasn't his patient, he targeted her and then used his access key to gain entry. That combined with his semen is how he was caught, otherwise he would have gotten away with it.

    [–] A doctor who raped a sedated female patient gets probation, when will these horrific medical crimes against vulnerable women be taken seriously? kjames06 55 points ago * (lasted edited 2 months ago) in TwoXChromosomes

    Additionally, Maria Menounos spoke to Howard Stern in 2012 about how she was sexually abused by two of her doctors, showing it could happen to anyone, and this report details physician sex abuse is a wide-spread systemic problem in healthcare, with physicians escaping responsability and the whole situation remaining largely invisible.

    [–] Unsure if it's recognized, but the "No Internet" Dino is wearing a birthday hat to celebrate its 10th birthday :)! kjames06 46 points ago in pics

    Maybe a duality, but I like the small arms symbolizing not being able to reach the internet. And the fact that he's a dinosaur since dinosaurs are cool.

    [–] Save The Puppy kjames06 8 points ago in gifs

    Aww

    [–] AI Healthcare Firm Claims Its Chatbot Can Beat Doctors at Medical Exams kjames06 -3 points ago in healthcare

    Probably in part because physicians and surgeons are incentivised to diagnose "profitable" diseases, and this destroys their objectivity.

    Now, if AI start to diagnose pathology, it should probably be also considered that they could also be programmed to diagnose "profitable" diseases.

    This is after-all healthcare and surgery for profit, in competative healthcare business markets where profits are rewarded with wealth and power and losses are rewarded with insolvency, bankruptcy, and buy-out.

    [–] Gary Oldman's iconic role as Drexel Spivey in True Romance (1993) written by Quinten Tarantino, starring Christian Slater kjames06 3 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago) in movies

    I think what does it for me is the character, outfit & the way he attacks Christian Slater in this scene, and here. Also this hat he wears as pretty epic as well.

    Edit: clearer picture of the foot & hat when he attacks.

    [–] Arrested for Not Carrying an ID on Way to High School, Young New Yorker Opts to Fight kjames06 1 points ago in news

    I see what you mean about different settings. What do you think about the situation with this surgeon Dr. David Samati who was apparently doing ghost surgeries on his patients and yet the residents who would slip in after sedation, do the surgery, and slip out before consiousness won't talk publicly because they are afraid of retaliation.

    At least six medical personnel were contacted by New York regulators and told the Globe that urology residents do the vast majority of Samadi’s nonrobotic surgeries, including two-hour operations to trim away excess prostate tissue blocking urine flow. One of the six recounted being present when a resident performed virtually all of about 200 operations booked under Samadi’s name while Samadi did robotic surgery in another room. Sometimes, the staffer said, Samadi would call the resident on the phone or briefly pop in to see how the operation was going. All but one of the six individuals insisted they not be identified by the Spotlight Team because they feared retaliation.

    [–] Den of Theives (2018) was actually a pretty entertaining film [Variety] kjames06 2 points ago in movies

    Good point! Verbal, I think that's his name, transitioning into Kaiser that we see while watching his feet is the best ending reveal I can think of like that.

    [–] Arrested for Not Carrying an ID on Way to High School, Young New Yorker Opts to Fight kjames06 3 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago) in news

    That's horrible. After reading this I was thinking that cops should all be required to have ID number tags on them visible from 15-feet away at a minimum. They always ask to identify the public but they as public servants should be easily identifiable.

    [–] Arrested for Not Carrying an ID on Way to High School, Young New Yorker Opts to Fight kjames06 1 points ago in news

    The medical industry seems really protectionistic, like if you expose harmful behavior in a colleague or other you risk retaliation. This has been articulated by lots of industry professionals, you don't fear retaliation from the industry for exposing bad practices and dangerous healthcare professionals? This seems to be the reality with a lot of industries including law enforcement, over time they become internally protectionistic.

    [–] Arrested for Not Carrying an ID on Way to High School, Young New Yorker Opts to Fight kjames06 3 points ago * (lasted edited 5 months ago) in news

    There is a DA/Police/Judge/Public-Defender/Police-Union/Politician syndacate to remember exists. Its implicit and sometimes explicit collusion, no arrest policies for politicians and judges for example. If someone "betrays" their teammate they face retaliation and career and livelihood repricutions, and it becomes self-reinforcing at that point. Not to mention the ability to threaten not just themselves but anyone in the community with harm. Authoritarianism is slow-moving to the point that when it arrives it almost seems like it "just appeared there", and then its too late, and the only way to stop it is a revolution, but if the citizens are de-armed then they can't. This is why the second amendment exists.

    [–] Arrested for Not Carrying an ID on Way to High School, Young New Yorker Opts to Fight kjames06 5 points ago in news

    People argue for more cops, but it's better cops and more efficacious organization and internal policies in police departments that we need. We need less cops in many cases.

    [–] Arrested for Not Carrying an ID on Way to High School, Young New Yorker Opts to Fight kjames06 2 points ago in news

    Politically active police unions have a lot of culpability here. They lobby for laws that favor them against the public. Police unions should be barred from political activity, or even barred from organizing against the public. There really is no public good in allowing certain kinds of activity from a police union.