Missy Atwood, J.D., reviews the recently adopted DNR law in Texas with respect to hospital policy, reviewing each of the 9 valid DNR options for patients with case scenarios and legal definitions pertaining to conditions.
Research-based presentation to support physicians with a focus on work-life balance, empathy, compassion, & communication tools to build emotional intelligence, resiliency, commitment, and wellbeing.
In this course, Dr. Scott Scherr shares his experiences during the Las Vegas/Mandalay Bay shooting that occurred in late 2017, when a gunman opened fire on a crowd of concertgoers.
In Dallas, Dr. Christopher Duntsch, a neurosurgeon, performed 38 surgeries. 32 of these surgeries resulted in severe injuries or death. Jim Girards, a prosecuting attorney, chronicles this tragic course of events involving physician substance abuse.
Dr. Gagneja defines work-life balance, the scope of the problem, interventions and prevention.
Joanne Hopkins, an attorney, discusses the EMTALA requirements as they relate to the hospital, especially the ER, and physicians.
Complex GI Malignancies symposium 6 of 7. Tommy Thompson speaks from hands on experience and didactic knowledge of why breaking bad news is important and how to do so in a compassionate manner.
Joanne Hopkins, J.D, reviews the physician - patient relationship in the legal context and the multiple scenarios that may evolve in forming and terminating the relations. Total Viewing Time: 34 minutes - 1 video Instruction Format: ...
Dr. Kimberly McLaren discusses how to identify signs of physician burnout, and how to implement strategies that can improve wellness.
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Only physicians can receive C.M.E.