Los Angeles Region

CPPPH Workshops in the Los Angeles Region

July 15, 2017

Monitoring: What Wellbeing Committees Need to Know
Robin Seaberg, MD – Chair of the UCSD Medical Staff Wellbeing Committee
Ann Glassmoyer, MA – Case Manager/Group Facilitator, UCSD Health Professional Program

July 23, 2016

Confidentiality and Reporting Questions for Wellbeing Committees, Medical Staffs and Peer Review Bodies
Tom Curtis, Nossaman LLP, Orange County

June 4, 2016

Snapshots of Medical Staff Wellbeing Committees: A Closer Look at the Role of Financial SupportBruce Jackson, MD, Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center
Laurie Reynard, MD, Providence St. Johns Medical Center
Karen Miotto, MD, UCLA Ronald Regan

October 31, 2015

Coaching as a Tool for Wellbeing Committees
Presented by: Elizabeth Becker, LCSW, CPC
Leadership Coach with Inner Solutions for Success, LCC, San Diego

February 7, 2015

Disruptive Behavior and the Medical Staff’s Response
Presented by: Tom Curtis, Nossaman, LLP – Irvine
Karen Miotto, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

July 26, 2014

Assessing the Aging Physician: Legal Aspects
Presented by: Richard D. Barton, Partner
Procopio, Cory, Hargreaves & Savitch LLP San Diego

February 8, 2014

Assessing the Aging Physician: Neuropsychological and Psychological Factors Pertaining to Fitness for Duty
Presented by: William Perry, PhD
Professor, Department of Psychiatry
Associate Director of Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, UCSD

September 7, 2013

Legal Counsel’s Overview of Policies and Procedures
Presented by: Tom Curtis, Nossaman, LLP, Irvine

February 23, 2013

Burnout and Strategies for Wellness – Are There Proactive Approaches?
Presented by: Karen Miotto, MD and Ira Lesser, MD, Department of Psychiatry and Biobehavioral Sciences, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA

September 29, 2012

Physician Burnout, Depression and Suicide
Presented by Sidney Zisook, MD, Professor of Psychiatry, UCSD

March 3, 2012

Physician Support and Monitoring in the Post-Diversion Era: Who Does It and How It Is Done
Presented by: Tracy Zemansky, PhD

August 27, 2011

The Disruptive Physician – Bridging the Troubled Waters: Detection, Referral and Assessment of the Troubled and Troubling Physician
Presented by: Mark Lipian, MD

AMA definition of disruptive behavior: personal conduct, whether verbal or physical, that affects or that potentially may affect patient care negatively. AMA Policy E-9.045(1). The AMA disruptive behavior definition includes, but is not limited to, conduct that interferes with one’s ability to work with other members of the health care team. AMA policy, however, expressly excludes, from the definition of disruptive behavior, physician criticism “that is offered in good faith with the aim of improving patient care.”