Article: Disruptive Physician Behavior by Michael Heitt | Mar 7, 2018 | Coaching, Disruptive Professionals, disruptive students, human behavior, Human Resources, Patient safety, policies and procedures, workplace violence, zero tolerance | 1 comment A colleague from the University of Maryland/VAMC, Preeti John, MD, and I just published an article in the Journal of Hospital Medicine about disruptive physician behavior. Check it out: Disruptive Physician Behavior: The Importance of Recognition and Intervention and Its Impact on Patient Safety And please read more about my work with disruptive physicians, healthcare workers and other professionals. 1 Comment George Anderson, MSW, LCSW on March 7, 2018 at 8:33 pm Unfortunately, the Joint Commission did not determine any standards what -so- ever relative to intervention for “disruptive behavior”. Untrained Life Coaches, Substance Abuse Counselors and on-line Anger Management Counselors can offer on-line programs or formal Psychoanalytically oriented psychiatric treatment for “disruptive physicians”. The three largest and oldest programs in the nation are the PACE Program at the University of California at San Diego(This is a two day program without an assessment), The Distressed Physician Program at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.(This is also a two day program without any type of diagnostic assessment) The third program is Anderson & Anderson Emotional Intelligence Coaching for “disruptive physicians”. This model include a Pre and Post Emotional Intelligence Assessment(EQ-i-2.0), six months of coaching and a structured EI coaching curriculum. Services are offered with a combination of face to face and phone sessions including client workbooks, DVDs and ancillary coaching material. Submit a CommentYou must be logged in to post a comment.