DISRUPTIVE BEHAVIOR: Why Should We Deal With Difficult Colleagues?

Posted in Latest News on August 18, 2015.

Martha Brown, M.D., Assistant Director at PRN, provided a presentation on disruptive physicians to the Board at their meeting held August 7, 2015 in Tampa, Florida.  Dr. Brown discussed how disruptive behavior leads to miscommunication and potentially patient harm.  To read the presentation click here.



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