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By the time he's gotten through med school, residency, fellowship, and whatever the hell else one's got to do to learn how to save people's lives, he's pretty much seen it all. Also, you've learned to reevaluate what an emergency is — you now understand it's not a 40-minute brunch wait. Heck yes, you can cram two movies, that new seafood place, apple-picking, and happy hour into a single day! You've got someone by your side who doesn't blink twice in situations that would test other people's relationships. Trust is therefore essential: the GMC describes it as the foundation of the doctor-patient partnership.“Patients should be able to trust that their doctor will behave professionally towards them during consultations and not see them as a potential sexual partner,” it says.The payoff was the promise of future high earnings and hours that would, in time, become more manageable.But today's young doctors, most of them women, don't want to waste their youth working a backbreaking schedule, in part because they'd like to have children and don't think they can afford to wait.The physician dating pool has also been changed by the fact that women have outnumbered men in American medical schools for most of the last decade.In previous generations, the long hours worked by the mostly male young doctors were tolerated by their partners as simply part of the deal.

The answer lies in the unique nature of the doctor-patient relationship and the power imbalance in that relationship.

Patients may be vulnerable—for example, those who have mental health issues or who see doctors at difficult times in their lives, such as during illness or bereavement.

Also, during a medical consultation, patients confide sensitive and personal information to someone they may have only just met, and doctors can ask a complete stranger to undress so that they may examine them.

The figures, which BMJ Careers obtained through a freedom of information request to the GMC, showed that the majority (91%) of these complaints concerned male doctors.

Doctors who enter into a personal relationship with a patient put their registration at risk and can also expect a high level of media interest should the matter become public.