Featured Articles & Podcasts about PHPs

Articles

Programs and Resources to Alleviate Concerns with Mental Health Disclosures on Physician Licensing Applications
bCatherine M. WelcherCarrie L. RadabaughAlejandro AparicioHumayun J. ChaudhryMark L. StazLynne M. Kirk, and Linda Bresnahan
July 2019

Beyond “Heal Thyself”: Physicians as Patients—An Uneasy Role
by Jeffrey H. Samet, MD, MA, MPH; Jane Liebschutz, MD, MPH
June 18, 2019

Physician Impairment and Rehabilitation: Reintegration Into Medical Practice While Ensuring Patient Safety: A Position Paper From the American College of Physicians 
by Philip J. Candilis, MD; Daniel T. Kim, MA, MPH; Lois Snyder Sulmasy, JD; for the ACP Ethics, Professionalism and Human Rights Committee
June 18, 2019

Physician Suicide 
by Joy Albuquerque MD MSc, Sarah Tulk MD MSc
May 6, 2019

Top Doctor Opioid Addict – Recovers and Returns to Medicine   
by Kayla Webley Adler
February 25, 2019

Interaction Between PHPs and Training Programs: Disruptive Behavior in Residents  
by Donald A. Misch, MD
June 30, 2018

Investing in Physicians' Well-Being is Just Good Business  
by Tanya Albert Henry
December 27, 2017

Physician Health Programs and the Social Contract  
by Philip J. Candilis, MD
January 2016

Ulliance Re-awarded the Health Professional Recovery Program RFP
November 7, 2017

2016 Performance Enhancement Review Guidelines
November 8, 2016 

Physician Health and Professional Secrecy
by Philip J. Candilis, MD, DFAPA
December 24, 2015
 

An Outsider Looks at PHP Care Management  
by Robert L. DuPont, MD
October 27, 201
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Physician Health Programmes and Malpractice Claims: Reducing Risk through Monitoring
by Elizabeth Brooks, Michael H. Gendel, Doris C. Gundersen, Sarah R. Early, Richard Schirrmacher, Alan Lembitz and Jay H. Shore
April 22, 2013

Podcasts

PHP 30 Years of Change
For 30 years the Pennsylvania PHP has provided confidential support and advocacy to those who may be struggling with addiction or physical or mental challenge.  

A Hard Pill to Swallow
Along with host Brian Fortenberry, Dr. Stephen Loyd discusses his intimate struggle with opioid addiction. For three years, Dr. Loyd was addicted to painkillers while working as a physician. In one hand, he had everything anyone would want in life. In the other, a handful of pills. He discusses how finding the Tennessee Medical Foundation helped get him out of addiction.

Confessions of a Recovering Addict
In this powerful episode, Dr. Bob shares his personal story with Brian. Dr. Bob has struggled with alcohol and drug addictions since his early youth all the way through medical school and well into his practice.

MPAP Legacy Video
Listen to those whose lives and careers have been restored - Montana Professional Assistance Program  - Providing Confidential Caring Help for Healthcare Professionals in Distress.

Physician Suicide  
A CMAJ Podcast