Tag Archives: physician health
My latest piece with co-author and Georgetown law student Nick Lawson is here. All credit for this piece is due to Nick who conceived of the idea and ran with it. Physician health programs (PHPs) are unknown to most physicians … Continue reading
Nicholas Lawson, fellow physician and incoming Georgetown Law student, and I penned this letter in General Hospital Psychiatry Lawson Boyd Letter Gen Hosp Psych on PHPs which makes clear the myriad reasons why the success and satisfaction rates that Physician Health … Continue reading
I have a new piece out in the AMA Journal of Ethics about physician health programs. You can find it here.
See an article here about physicians who have substance use disorders. I was quoted in US News and World Report, saying that the reasons that physicians use drugs are largely the same reasons why everyone else does so.
In our Journal of Addiction Medicine piece just published online, co-author John R. Knight MD and myself discuss ethical and managerial considerations regarding state physician health programs (PHPs). These are programs that work with physicians who have various kinds of … Continue reading