media Interviews and Podcasts
Licensed to Live
with host Dr. Jarret Patton
Malpractice litigation affects nearly every doctor at some point during their career. The stress and trauma of the proceedings can take its toll on the physician’s psyche. In this conversation, Dr. Jarret Patton of the Licensed to Live Podcast and I talk about finding the way after an unfortunate patient outcome. (Nov 8, 2018)
Simple Health Radio
with host Dr. Emran
On this episode of Dr. Emran’s Simple Health Radio show, Dr. Emran and Dr. Dearmin explore the issue of medical malpractice litigation for the general public. (Aug 18, 2018)
with host Dr. Eric Larson
The mental health of the physician is a too infrequently discussed topic when addressing the problems in medicine. One unique stressor facing physicians is malpractice litigation. Its occurrence is so common and the length of the process so long that one might estimate that up to 10% of physicians are in the midst of the litigation process at any one time. Listen in as we discuss the connections between malpractice litigation and physician mental health. (May 29, 2018)
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Personal Well-being and Resilience
Happiness, Healing, and Resilience
Physician Health and Well-being
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Coping with Adverse Events and Unforeseen Patient Outcomes
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