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interpersonal conflict is not applicable when?
when there is an inequality of power (grading and paying)
what are the 3 professional C's?
core values/standards
choices
consequences
at what stage of your medical training do you go to these people when personal responsibility fails?

dean of students/student progress committee/dean
medical school
at what stage of your medical training do you go to these people when personal responsibility fails?

CEO, Faculty/residency Director, Board of licensure
residency
at what stage of your medical training do you go to these people when personal responsibility fails?

Board of liscensure, specialty board, hospital board of trustees/DEA, insurance companies for payment and malpractice
practice
at what stage of your medical training do you go to these people when personal responsibility fails?

NBOME, USMLE
throughout
what is this?
-following the rules in the student/faculty handbook
-objective/subjective judgments as long as the appointed faculty have no hidden agenda or ulterior motive
-meant to be the best possible achievement of the academic standards set by the college
due process in academia
what is the number one cause of malpractice suits in the US?
failure to diagnose (but not failure to diagnose the chief complaint)
what court applies the law to the evidence?
circuit court
facts can/cannot be appealed?
cannot
what is the major factor in not getting sued?
having your clients liking you
only about #-# % of doctors practicing in the US today end up getting sued.
4-5%
is an error in diagnosis the basis in being sued?
NO
what is a way to fix our "insurance/medical crisis?
reestablish our own insurance companies
what is this a definition of?

a failure to take care of when a patient returns
medical negligence
the care that's required of an average physician is the ...
standard of care
if you fail to consider an alternate diagnosis, can you get sued?
yes!!!