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CMAJ News Reports on Physician Privacy

Many thanks to reporter Caroline Mercer of the Canadian Medical Association Journal News for reporting on one of my pet issues, physician privacy. Ms. Mercer picked up on a blog post I co-wrote with psychiatrist Ronald Pies, MD, for Medscape.com in June 2019, which explored this under-recognized issue.

I devoted an entire chapter of my new book, "The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens," to the distressing lack of privacy experienced by modern physicians, both during the credentialing and licensing processes and at the workplace. Here's the link to Ms. Mercer's well-written article in CMAJ.

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