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Disruptive behaviors among physicians.

Sanchez LT. JAMA. 2014 Aug 21; [Epub ahead of print].

This commentary spotlights concerns about physicians with disruptive behaviors and recommends strategies such as wellness committees and ongoing evaluations to identify and address them. The author underscores the importance of an established culture of safety to help clinicians develop behaviors compliant with a code of conduct as an organizational and personal responsibility.

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