If you are involved in physician health activities in California, you may find helpful information in these CPPPH e-Newsletters.
- Issue #13, December 2015: Burnout: Is it Real? If Yes, Can it Be Codified?, Hospitals and Help Programs for “Impaired Docs”, Urine Drug Testing in Clinical Practice
- Issue #12, September 2015: Impaired Physicians and the Americans with Disabilities Act, Evaluations of Physicians: From Screening to Fitness for Duty Reports, Study Identifies Interventions to Decrease Physician Burnout
- Issue #11, June 2015: Impact of Organizational Leadership on Physician Burnout and Satisfaction, Litigation Stress, Treatment for Substance Use Disorders for Persons in Safety Sensitive Occupations
- Issue #10, March 2015: Can You Predict Disruptive Behavior in an Interview?, Work and Wellbeing Tool Kit for Physicians, Medscape Series on Impairment among Physicians
- Issue #9, November 2014: Physician Stress and Burnout
- Issue #8, July 2014: Monitoring is the Core of the New Paradigm for Recovery, Evaluations: From Screening to Fitness for Duty Reports; Are There Precursors of Substance Use Disorders in American Physicians?
- Issue #7, April 2014: Prescription Medication Misuse Among Physicians, The Lawyer Assistance Program, Wellness: Cognition is Affected by Nutrition
- Issue #6, January 2014: Drug Testing: A White Paper, Age-related Screening of Physicians, Substance Use Disorders Among Anesthesiology Residents 1975-2009
- Issue #5, October 2013: MBC Proposed Regulations for Probationers, Updated CMA Guidelines for Well-Being Committees and Monitoring, New York Times Medicines Search for Meaning
- Issue #4, July 2013: Propofol Abuse 1990-2010, Drug Testing as a Monitoring Tool, Finding Meaning in Medicine
- Issue #3, April 2013: Aging, International Doctors in AA, Grand Rounds or Committee Meetings
- Issue #2, January 2013: Resources, Guidelines, Making Well-Being Committees Available, Grand Rounds
- Issue #1, October 2012: Disruptive Behavior, Guidelines, Aging, Grand Rounds