Adverse events stress and litigation a physicians guide was recommended to me by my daughter in pre med as an emergency physician with 30 years of experience in healthcare i found this book a welcome addition to my continuing medical education. Content the usual sequence from an adverse event to trial or settlement forms the backbone of the book the book focuses on describing the emotional responses of physicians to the hostile alien worlds of the malpractice attorney litigation and the tort system of law. Get this from a library adverse events stress and litigation a physicians guide sara c charles paul r frisch what is it like to be sued for medical malpractice bad medical outcomes traumatize patients but they also traumatize physicians the litigation that often follows is a profoundly human rather than . Adverse events stress and litigation a physicians guide by sara c charles md and paul r frisch jd new york oxford university press 2005 272 pp 3995 the suicide of a patient is one of the worst adverse events in psychiatry and a tragedy for all whom it touches robert si mon opened his recent book on suicide risk . Recommended books physician litigation stress resource center adverse events stress and litigation a physicians guide new york oxford university press 2005 more info a guide for defendant physicians involved in malpractice suits dodge publications 2001
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