Cleveland Orchestra Violinist Assault Allegations And The #MeToo Movement & The Pain Scale

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The Cleveland Orchestra suspended its concertmaster, William Preucil, and he's resigned from the Cleveland Institute of Music after The Washington Post last week detailed sexual misconduct allegations against him. On The Sound of Ideas, we'll discuss the Preucil allegations, the #metoo movement, and what's changed, given that Cleveland Scene had the Preucil story more than a decade ago. Then, we'll discuss how to talk about pain with your doctor, and why research shows the 0 to 10 pain scale may not be the best method.

 

Resources:

Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Crisis and Support Hotline: Call/Text: 216.619.6192 or 440.423.2020

The Washington Post Report on William Preucil and other sexual assault allegations in the classical music world

Cleveland Scene Report on William Preucil from 2007

Guests: 

-Anne Midgette, Classical Music Critic, The Washington Post

-Rebecca Meiser, Freelance Journalist & Director of Volunteers, Community and Program Development, National Council of Jewish Women/Cleveland 

-Ann-Marie Ahern, Head of the Employment Law Practice, McCarthy, Lebit, Crystal and Liffman & Certified Specialist in Labor and Employment Law 

-Sondra Miller, President & CEO, Cleveland Rape Crisis Center 

-Dr. Robert Bolash, MD, Pain Management Specialist, Cleveland Clinic

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