Monday, August 1, 2011

From the AMA: Call for civility aims to stop disruptive behavior in the OR

In the following article, the AMA reports on continued concerns regarding disruptive behavior and medicine. The article reports that the chair of Surgery and Transplant Medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles arranges social events so surgical teams can get to know each other as individuals, help to build relationships and improve patient safety. Share your strategies with other MSP’s by leaving a comment about what your medical staff has implemented to improve disruptive behavior.

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