Clinical CareDetermining Who Should Conduct an Intervention with a Practitioner
Subsequent interventions are less collegial, so it is wise to have a second person present, whether it is for a...
Clinical CareMed Students 'Feel Very Behind' Because of COVID-Induced Disruptions in Training
The problem is most acute for medical students in their third and fourth years of study. Year three is when...
Clinical CareHospitals Are Suddenly Short of Young Doctors — Because of Trump's Visa Ban
Doctors treating coronavirus patients were supposed to be allowed into the U.S. But hundreds of young doctors have their visas...
Clinical CareOptimizing Patient Safety Through System Strategies and Patient Engagement
A collaborative relationship is intended to help patients manage their conditions and stay healthy; make better health-related decisions; and become...
Clinical CareKeeping Patients Safe: How Has the Patient Safety Movement Evolved in the U.S.?
Patient safety culture is a cornerstone of healthcare quality. Fostering patient safety culture requires an understanding of an organization's values,...
Clinical CareDealing With Disruptive Physicians During Meetings
It may be necessary to limit the time any one physician speaks to one or two minutes at a time.
Clinical CareEmployed Physicians and Medical Staff Privileges
With employed physicians, the process is basically the same but with a few little twists and turns that medical staff...
Covid-19COVID Concerns Slash Leadership Internships and Fellowships
Educators worry that the very leaders who will define post-COVID healthcare leadership won't have quality experience during the crisis.
Clinical CareBullying is Rife Among Surgical Residents, Especially for Women
A new survey shows that 67% of U.S. general surgery residents reported experiencing at least one bullying behavior as a...
NursingIn Face Of Coronavirus, Many Hospitals Cancel On-Site Training For Nursing And Med Students
As university campuses close and disease prevention efforts intensify, hospitals, nursing homes and other health care venues in California and...
Clinical CareMedicine Still Fighting for #MeToo
As institutions struggle to find solutions, some women are taking matters into their own hands.
Battle Over Maintenance of Certification Continues in the Courts
Two lawsuits against ABIM dismissed, but appeals are in or on the way.