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"Doctors who discover that a person with whom they are developing a personal or sexual relationship is also their patient should immediately cease the relationship or take reasonable steps to ensure that medical care is provided by another practitioner.Or so few female lawyers that date male paralegals?If they did it right I know dudes that have those business' and make hundreds of thousands a year. Most of the women I supervise and work with are young and attractive because the work we do at my particular place is high stress and people burn out after a few years and go to other jobs, even the men do that.One of my close friends has a lawn care and landscaping business and has a lot of dudes working for him and in a slow year made 0K. It doesn't matter if a woman is married to a man who makes less than her. Now, did he make less than her BEFORE they were married. I did not personally interview all my married colleagues so I really have no idea if they out earned their spouses prior to marriage.How can so much space be given to women when they make so much less than men? But I doubt it's any more common in them than it is in men. And most people like to improve their situation, one way or another.It's just a matter of how far they are willing to go for it.Under GMC rules, doctors should not use their professional position to pursue relationships.
Given that, I work with women who are married to regular dudes and make more than them.Doctors and nurses may be banned from dating former patients unless the contact between them was minimal, according to new draft guidelines.The recommendations follow a series of high-profile cases where healthcare staff sexually abused patients.Although cases should be judged on an individual basis, the recommendations state that relationships are unprofessional if the patient is exploited, was vulnerable or the professional relationship was terminated to start a sexual relationship.The report, drawn up by a project team of clinicians, victims of abuse, royal colleges and representatives from healthcare regulatory bodies, also states that all healthcare professionals have a responsibility to report inappropriate behaviour.