DOCTORS' DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR DISTURBS PHYSICIAN LEADERS
David O. Weber, March 28, 2005
This ACPE survey reveals ongoing problems with physicians yelling at nurses, refusing to carry out tasks and showing a severe lack of respect for others. Physician executives face deep frustrations when forced to tackle the thorny issue of disruptive behavior by fellow physicians. BY: David O. Weber American College of Physician Executives, Tampa, FL http://www.acpe.org/ (PDF format - click here to download the latest version of acrobat reader)
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