Physician-Friendly States for Mental Health: A Comparison of Medical Licensing Boards

  • Pamela Wible | roxywible@comcast.net Ideal Medical Care, Eugene, OR, United States.
  • Arianna Palermini Medical student, United States.

Abstract

Do medical boards undermine physician mental health by breaching physician confidentiality and privacy? We analyze the initial medical licensing process in each state to determine if qualified applicants who report mental illness experience discrimination. We then identify the most favorable states for physician mental health.

 

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Published
2019-12-22
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Special issue on physician mental health
Keywords:
physician mental health, physician suicide, physician depression, medical boards, physician health programs
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How to Cite
Wible, Pamela, and Arianna Palermini. 2019. “Physician-Friendly States for Mental Health: A Comparison of Medical Licensing Boards”. Qualitative Research in Medicine and Healthcare 3 (3). https://doi.org/10.4081/qrmh.2019.8649.