‘Microaggressions’ could cost doctors their medical licenses in Oregon, according to new proposed rule

The Oregon Medical Board has introduced a new ethics rule that threatens to revoke the medical licenses of doctors who commit “microaggressions” in the workplace.

Under the proposed law first introduced in April, doctors will be required to report “unprofessional or dishonorable conduct” by themselves or a licensed colleague within 10 business days. If they do not comply with the mandatory rule, they will face disciplinary action, which could include the loss of their medical license, according to the proposal.

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