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And Trump appeals to black voters. U. hoping to reintegrate into a society that long ago left him behind. Contact us at [email protected] make sure they follow up regularly and that you dont hide symptoms. On-piste skiing often attracts less experienced skiers,” Costa would go on to perform in 44 operatic roles throughout the United States and Europe and joined the Disney Legends in 1999. “Am I not speaking clearly? I’m going to have to start yelling” Later he slammed his headlamp to the floor and stormed out of the operating room His team which hadn’t yet finished the surgical procedure was left stunned Conflicts like this flare up on occasion in operating rooms where teams of skilled professionals work together in high-pressure environments What made this conflict unusual was that an anthropologist—Laura Jones of Emory University in Atlanta—was in the room carefully taking notes Her observations—which all told logged the nature of 6348 interactions during 200 operations—uncovered a surprising source of conflict in operating rooms: the gender balance of the surgical team Conflict was most likely when male surgeons worked with male-dominated surgical teams Jones and colleagues report today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences Operations went more smoothly with less yelling and other forms of conflict when the surgeon was female or when male surgeons were surrounded by mostly women “It’s just absolutely fascinating” says Joyce Wahr an anesthesiologist at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis who has studied patient safety but wasn’t involved in the new research “I don’t think any of us have thought of it in that way We just generally thought that certain people were jerks” Researchers have studied conflict in operating rooms but they’ve mostly used surveys and interviews not direct observations of interactions as they happen The idea for the latest study was hatched when an anesthesiologist read a book about chimpanzees and their struggle for power over one another which biologists study by logging different kinds of behavior He told Frans de Waal the book’s author and a primatologist at Emory University that “the same observations could be made in the operating room” De Waal was stunned that no one had made those sorts of observations before “It’s the most basic primatology you can imagine” he says “But it’s very illuminating” So de Waal Jones and colleagues developed a classification system to describe different kinds of operating room behaviors ranging from cooperative (teaching chitchat) to confrontational (cursing yelling) “The vast majority of what happens in the operating room is not technical communication” de Waal says “It’s gossiping and joking and exchanging information … All sorts of things happen there—flirting dancing” Jones used the classification system to log operating room behaviors in Georgia teaching hospitals from 2014 to 2016 noting interactions between surgeons residents anesthesiologists and nurses Then she and her colleagues zeroed in on behaviors that fell into two categories: cooperative (59% of interactions) and conflict-inducing (3%) Her observations revealed that the most congenial operating rooms were made up of mostly women Cooperative behaviors predominated—making up more than 60% of interactions—when more than two-thirds of the surgical team were women The percentage of cooperative behaviors dropped steadily as the gender balance shifted toward men reaching a low of 39% for all-male surgical teams Jones and her colleagues report But all-female teams weren’t necessarily ideal: Cooperative behaviors were roughly the same when female surgeons had mostly male as opposed to mostly female surgical teams “I don’t know that we would have ever noted that without this kind of study” Wahr says “And it makes a lot of sense … Men see each other as rivals” De Waal agrees noting that other primates do the same thing “Chimpanzee interactions are all about power dynamics” he says Alpha males establish dominance by posturing over other males and “females don’t figure in that equation” This kind of work is “really important because when [surgical] teams don’t work well it has terrible outcomes” says David Rogers a pediatric general surgeon at the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham But he thinks it’s worth emphasizing that the majority of communications Jones observed were cooperative “It’s not like television … What we do is not nearly so exciting” Dozens of prominent men including Matt Lauer and Sen Al Franken have lost or left their jobs amid allegations of sexual misconduct over the past several months They are leaving behind positions of great influence a morning show anchor reportedly making $25 million a year and a Senate seat during a pivotal moment in politics But whos going to fill these roles Pundits and many among the wider public are calling for women to get the jobs “We shouldnt just be taking the bad ones down” lawyer and writer Jill Filipovic wrote in an essay for TIME “We need to start demanding that their replacements are female" Former Franken staffer @jess_mc: "Democrats need to make this count We need to replace these guys with bold progressive women and we need to hold the other side to the same principle" #inners pictwittercom/KkO6QDfDLR All In w/Chris Hayes (@allinwithchris) December 8 2017 Idea: replace all men with women Jonathan Coulton (@jonathancoulton) December 6 2017 Christine Amanpour replaces Charlie Rose Robin Wright replaces Kevin Spacey Replace all sexual harassing mediocre men with brilliant talented women alexandra (@aliemalie) December 5 2017 I have an idea @TODAYshow replace Matt Lauer with Ann Curry Amanda Wimmer (@MyrnaWimmer) November 29 2017 PLEASE CONTINUE TO REPLACE MEN WITH OVERLY COMPETENT WOMEN LOVE THIS TREND https://tco/UV7pe7kBUD red (@reidsfinsta) December 7 2017 Conscientiously promoting women into such prominent jobs may help right the gender imbalance that continues to plague workplaces from Hollywood to Washington As of June 21 TIME counted over 100 high-profile American men who have been publicly accused of some type of sexual misconduct since the Harvey Weinstein accusations broke Some of their jobs are being filled by women with caveats Robin Wright will become House of Cards‘ top star though only for the show’s shortened final season Hoda Kotb succeeded Matt Lauer as the co-anchor of the Today show but she admitted: “I’m not making Matt Lauer money Not even close” (Lauer was rumored to make $25 million a year) As TIME has been tracking the men who have been accused we will also examine the resulting power and culture shifts in quantifiable ways Below are women who have replaced some of the men accused of harassment or misconduct We will continue to update this list Edith Chapin Replaced: David Sweeney On Nov 28 NPR reported that its chief news editor David Sweeney left the company after at least three current and former NPR journalists claimed he sexually harassed them Sweeney who oversaw NPR’s news desks told TIME in November that he had no comment on the allegations NPR reported that Chris Turpin the acting senior vice president of news said in an email to staff that Chapin would replace Sweeney by resuming her role as executive editor and taking over Sweeney’s duties Chapin became the organization’s executive editor in 2015 giving her the reins of all of NPR’s news desks In August 2017 NPR’s senior vice president of news and editorial director Michael Oreskes announced that Chapin would focus full-time on building a collaborative journalism network with NPR’s member stations When Chapin’s new role was announced Oreskes said that Sweeney would take over from Chapin in overseeing all of NPR’s news desks and editors After Sweeney’s departure Chapin will regain her old responsibilities but she’ll “continue to devote time to the journalism network” a NPR spokesperson told TIME in an email Edith Chapin is replacing David Sweeney who earlier replaced Edith Chapin Got that https://tco/qQSxckFtTB melissa block (@NPRmelissablock) November 28 2017 Sweeney’s departure came a few weeks after Oreskes resigned amid an investigation into his conduct with women Oreskes called his behavior “wrong and inexcusable” and said “I am deeply sorry to the people I hurt” Robin Wright Cast member Robin Wright poses at the premiere for the second season of the television series "House of Cards" at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles California February 13 2014 Mario AnzuoniReuters Replaced: Kevin Spacey Beginning in late October several men including employees on the set of House of Cards came forward to accuse Kevin Spacey of sexual misconduct Spacey has denied some allegations while saying he doesn’t remember others On Nov 2 Spacey’s spokesperson said he was “taking the time necessary to seek evaluation and treatment” After the allegations broke Netflix put filming of House of Cards’ final season on indefinite hold On Nov 3 Netflix said it was severing ties with Spacey and wouldn’t be involved with any further production of House of Cards if Spacey was still the star On Dec 4 Netflix confirmed it would produce the final season of the show without Spacey The season will instead star Wright who has played first lady-turned-president Claire Underwood in previous seasons It will only run eight episodes as opposed to the usual 13 “Were really excited about bringing some closure to the show for fans” Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos said in a statement at the time Christiane Amanpour NEW YORK NY – NOVEMBER 15: Christiane Amanpour speaks with attendees at CPJ’s annual International Press Freedom Awards on November 15 2017 in New York City Kevin Hagen—Getty Images Replaced: Charlie Rose After the Washington Post reported on Nov 20 that several women alleged that Rose had sexually harassed them CBS and PBS announced on Nov 21 that they were both cutting ties with Rose who anchored CBS This Morning on CBS and hosted Charlie Rose on PBS Rose said not all allegations are accurate but admitted he “behaved insensitively at times and I accept full responsibility for that” On Dec 4 PBS announced it would air Christiane Amanpour’s Amanpour which airs on CNN International on “an interim basis” to replace Rose’s longtime interview show Amanpour began airing on PBS on Dec 4 in New York and will extend across the country on Dec 11 It’s unclear how long Amanpour’s show is slated to air in place of Rose "Christiane Amanpour is a fearless and uncompromising journalist" Neal Shapiro president and CEO of WNET said in a statement "We are pleased to welcome her to the PBS system and are gratified to offer this thorough and responsible news program to viewers nationwide" In May PBS announced that Amanpour’s show would permanently replace Rose’s former program Amanpour said in a statement to CNN Money that she was “delighted to expand my role at PBS… Never has the time for exploring our world and America’s place in it been so urgent” Nicole Rudick and Emily Nemens Replaced: Lorin Stein The Paris Review‘s board of directors announced on Dec 11 that Rudick its managing editor would serve as its acting editor Stein resigned on Dec 7 amid an investigation into his conduct with women The magazine formed a search committee chaired by two women The Paris Review‘s publisher Susannah Hunnewell and novelist Mona Simpson to find the next permanent editor of the famed literary magazine Rudick will be the second woman to helm the magazine Brigid Hughes succeeded the magazine’s founding editor George Plimpton in 2004 before she left a year later After Stein’s resignation was announced writer AN Devers wrote a viral Twitter thread about how Hughes had been “erased” from the magazine’s history The Paris Review also announced on Dec 11 that it would recognize its past editors on its masthead going forward I’m going to show you how a woman is erased from her job First it begins with her existence In January 2004 @aparisreview managing editor Brigid Hughes was named editor to succeed George Plimpton and the @nytimes profiled her https://tco/d2CbYTw2dM A N Devers (@andevers) December 7 2017 In April The Paris Review named Emily Nemens who worked as a co-editor for The Southern Review its new editor Rudick continues to serve as its managing editor Tina Smith Tina Smith Vice Governor of Minnesota looks on during a press conference as part of her official visit on June 22 2017 in Havanna Cuba Mastrafoto/CON—LatinContent/Getty Images Replaced: Al Franken Minnesota Democratic Gov Mark Dayton announced on Dec 13 that Minnesota Lieutenant Gov Tina Smith would replace Sen Al Franken who resigned on Dec 7 after eight women accused him of sexual misconduct Franken said some of the allegations weren’t true Smith Dayton’s former chief of staff will serve a one-year term before a special election for the seat on Nov 6 2018 Smith’s appointment means Minnesota will have two female senators for the first time in its history and brings the current total of women in the Senate to 22 Hoda Kotb Hoda Kotb on Friday December 1 2017 — (Photo by: Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images) NBC—NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images Replaced: Matt Lauer NBC News announced on Jan 2 that Kotb would serve as the new co-anchor of the Today show She replaces Matt Lauer who was fired in November amid allegations of sexual misconduct Kotb who joins co-anchor Savannah Guthrie has sat in for Lauer since his dismissal from the network With Guthrie and Kotb at the helm Today beat ABC’s Good Morning America in ratings for four consecutive weeks after Lauer’s firing It’s the first time two women have served as co-anchors of Today In addition to her new duties Kotb will continue to host the show’s fourth hour with Kathie Lee Gifford @SavannahGuthrie announces @HodaKotb will be co-anchor of TODAY #SavannahHodaTODAY pictwittercom/B64n2FmCwq TODAY (@TODAYshow) January 2 2018 Alex Wagner Alex Wagner speaks onstage during 69th Writers Guild Awards New York Ceremony at Edison Ballroom on February 19 2017 in New York City Dimitrios Kambouris—Getty Images Replaced: Mark Halperin Showtime announced on Jan 2 that Wagner a CBS News anchor and contributing editor at The Atlantic would replace Halperin on The Circus a political documentary series Several women have accused Halperin who worked for TIME from 2007 to 2014 of sexual harassment and assault (Halperin apologized for “aggressive and crude” conduct but denied allegations of sexual assault) Wagner will join John Heilemann who wrote Game Change with Halperin and Mark McKinnon as hosts on the Showtime series Wagner who has appeared on The Circus in the past was previously an anchor on MSNBC and the editor in chief of music magazine The Fader Tarini Parti Replaced: Adrian Carrasquillo Business Insider reported on Jan 4 that Parti BuzzFeed’s congressional reporter would become the digital publication’s White House correspondent She replaces Adrian Carrasquillo who BuzzFeed fired last month after it received a complaint that he sent an “inappropriate message” to a colleague Carrasquillo wrote on Twitter: “I deeply regret the crass & sexist attempt at a joke that led to my firing from BuzzFeed” I deeply regret the crass & sexist attempt at a joke that led to my firing from BuzzFeed I privately apologized to my colleagues & also want to apologize publicly to friends & colleagues this incident affected I loved my time at BuzzFeed & wish everyone there continued success Adrian Carrasquillo (@Carrasquillo) December 29 2017 Parti one of the reporters who broke the story about sexual misconduct allegations against Democratic Rep Ruben Kihuen worked at Politico before joining BuzzFeed “She’s also an ultimate team player and has crucially contributed to a TON of smart team coverage from Alabama to Capitol Hill to reported analysis on Trump” BuzzFeed’s Washington bureau chief Kate Nocera wrote in an email to staff according to Business Insider Jennifer Salke President of NBC Entertainment Jennifer Salke speaks onstage during the NBCUniversal portion of the 2018 Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour at The Langham Huntington Pasadena on January 9 2018 in Pasadena California Frederick M Brown—Getty Images Replaced: Roy Price Amazon Studios announced on Feb 9 that Salke the president of NBC Entertainment would replace Roy Price as the president of Amazon Studios Amazon confirmed on Oct 17 that Price resigned after a producer accused him of sexual harassment Price has not commented on the allegations At NBC Salke oversaw a rise in ratings and helped champion the network’s hit “This Is Us” "What stood out about Jen was the deep relationships she has nurtured with creators and talent over her career" Jeff Blackburn Amazons senior vice president of business development and entertainment said in a statement according to the New York Times Kitty Block Replaced: Wayne Pacelle In February the New York Times reported that Pacelle the CEO of the Humane Society resigned from the organization following allegations of sexual harassment The Washington Post first reported the allegations against Parcelle who denied the claims “I absolutely deny any suggestion that I did anything untoward” Parcelle told the Post Block who had served as the president of the Humane Society International was named as the acting president and chief executive of the organization following Pacelle’s departure Block later outlined her plans for creating a “safe and supportive workplace” Tanzina Vega Replaced: John Hockenberry In March radio station WNYC announced that Vega a journalist who has worked at CNN and the New York Times would succeed Hockenberry as the host of The Takeaway "Tanzinas deep curiosity about the intersection of peoples lives and events will extend this tradition in new ways deepening understanding across different points of view” Alisa Miller the president of one of Public Radio International which co-produces the show said in a statement according to the Times Hockenberry retired from WNYC in August 2017 In December 2017 The Cut reported that several women alleged Hockenberry had made unwelcome sexual advances In a statement provided to The Cut Hockenberry said: "Ive always had a reputation for being tough and certainly Ive been rude aggressive and impolite Looking back my behavior was not always appropriate and Im sorry It horrifies me that I made the talented and driven people I worked with feel uncomfortable and that the stress around putting together a great show was made worse by my behavior” Write to Samantha Cooney at [email protected] “A Member of UNESCO since 1949. No reason has been given to me yet.

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