The latest: Insight Blog
I recently had the pleasure of meeting Dr. Tait Shanafelt, Chief Wellness Officer at Stanford. He alluded to a theme I have long explored — the notion that we have weaknesses embedded in our strengths as physicians. Today we’ll explore this notion as a tool for surviving your experience with medical malpractice litigation and unexpected outcomes – the notion that our weaknesses reveal the very gifts that make us good at what we do.
In 2018, I brought my story to a group of lawyers, physicians, and others as part of a Health Law series at Case Western Reserve School of Law. Join me in welcoming the publication of that story in CWRU Law’s Health Matrix, the school’s health law journal. I share that story today.
(4-minute read) Although most US physicians will confront malpractice litigation at some point, many of us have absolutely NO idea how the law defines “medical malpractice.” The truth is that the law’s definition is clear and makes some sense. Join me in exploring the four elements of “medical malpractice” as the law defines it.
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