Unprofessional Medical Conduct
What is Unprofessional Medical Conduct?
Unprofessional conduct in the medical field includes the commission or omission of any act that is detrimental or harmful to the patient of a physician or detrimental or harmful to the health, safety, and welfare of the public, and which violates the high standards of honesty, diligence, prudence, and ethical integrity demanded from physicians and osteopaths licensed to practice in a certain jurisdiction.
Forms of Unprofessional Conduct
Some examples of unprofessional conduct include: physical abuse of a patient, inadequate record keeping, not recognizing or acting upon common symptoms, prescribing drugs in excessive amounts or without legitimate reason, personal impairment (mental or physical) that hinders safely practicing within the scope of one’s license or certificate, performing duties beyond the scope of one’s license or certificate, violation of doctor-patient confidentiality, and dishonesty.
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