When You Suspect a Colleague is Impaired

J. Wesley Boyd, MD, PHD on
When you suspect a colleague is impaired

J. Wesley Boyd, MD, PhDAsst Clinical Professor, Department of Psychiatry at Cambridge Health Alliance/Harvard Medical School (HMS) and Faculty at the Center for Bioethics, HMS, presents this webcast for QuantiaMD entitled "When You Suspect a Colleague is Impaired."  The discussion focuses on when to approach a colleague or a superior, how to, and what the consequences can be. Dr. Boyd, a leader in the field of psychiatry and bioethics, helps us navigate this treacherous area of the medical profession.

Originally published on December 16, 2015, you can watch the video and read the commentary on QuantiaMD (free subscription required).