Integrity and Accountability [The Declining State of Physician Health and the Urgent Need for Ethical and Evidence-Based Leadership]

Thank you for the Reblog–this is a topic the majority of practicing physicians are completely unaware of and we need to start the discussion, take a step back to see how we arrived here and hopefully address the errors made in judgment along the way.

Medicine is predicated on competence, good-faith, and integrity. Medical ethics necessitates beneficence, respect, and autonomy. The scaffold erected here is designed for coercion and control. Exposure, transparency, and accountability are urgent. An evidence based Cochrane type assessment of their “research” and an Institute of Medicine Conflict of Interest review are long overdue.

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Integrity and Accountability—The Declining State of Physician Health and the Urgent Need for Ethical and Evidence-Based Leadership.

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22 thoughts on “Integrity and Accountability [The Declining State of Physician Health and the Urgent Need for Ethical and Evidence-Based Leadership]

  1. […] He didn’t do that here.  In fact for more than a year he helped cover up an alcohol test that was intentionally fabricated at the behest of PHS Director of Operations Linda Bresnahan.  It took a formal complaint with the College of American Pathologists to get the truth out.  The whole fiasco can be seen here. […]

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  2. […] a year he helped cover up an alcohol test that was intentionally fabricated at the behest of PHS Medical Director Dr. Luis Sanchez, M.D. and Director of Operations Linda Bresnahan (who told me when I confronted her with the fact that I […]

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  3. […] with the College of American Pathologists to get the truth out.  More of this fiasco can be seen here and here.   What Sanchez  and his co-conspirators did is egregious and ethically reprehensible. […]

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  4. […] with the College of American Pathologists to get the truth out.  More of this fiasco can be seen here and here.   What Sanchez  and his co-conspirators did is egregious and ethically reprehensible. […]

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  5. […] with the College of American Pathologists to get the truth out.  More of this fiasco can be seen here and here.   What Sanchez  and his co-conspirators did is egregious and ethically reprehensible. […]

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  6. […] with the College of American Pathologists to get the truth out.  More of this fiasco can be seen here and here.   What Sanchez  and his co-conspirators did is egregious and ethically reprehensible. […]

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