Healing the Healer: The Addicted Physician
Psychosocial Press, 1998 - Medical - 231 pages
A detailed discussion of the disease of chemical dependency and its treatment; interventions with physicians; discussion of the Rush and Talbott programs; continuing care and reentry; relapse and recovery; medical marriage and recovery; special issues affecting women physicians, codependency; dual diagnosis; and legal issues arising for the chemically dependent physician.
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