The JMR Podcast provides contemporary insights into research, policy developments, statutory changes, workforce, and international issues regarding the regulation of physicians practicing in the United States. In each episode, host David Johnson interviews researchers, physicians, and writers from the Journal of Medical Regulation (JMRonline.org) about topics impacting medical regulation and current trends.
The Impact of ‘Irregular Behavior’ by USMLE Examinees
When physicians breech ethical standards, such as committing irregularities on the United States Medical Licensing Examination (USMLE), what is the impact on their later professional work? Host David Johnson interviews Frances Cain, lead author of a new...
Review of Disciplinary Actions Regarding Controlled Substances in Rhode Island
Host David Johnson interviews Luke Barre, MD, and James McDonald, MD, on their article reviewing five years of disciplinary actions by the Rhode Island Board of Medical Licensure and Discipline, which suggests an intriguing approach to preventing...
Engaging the Solo Practitioner to Reduce Errors and Burnout
Host David Johnson interviews Ms. Jimi Bush, Director of Quality and Engagement, Washington Medical Commission, and Mr. Micah Matthews, Deputy Executive and Legislative Director, Washington Medical Commission regarding Jimi's recent JMR article, ...
Interview with Christine Moutier, MD, on physician health
Host David Johnson interviews Dr. Christine Moutier, MD, Chief Medical Officer, American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
ECFMG's 2023 Medical School Accreditation Requirement
Selecting Expert Witnesses
Host David Johnson interviews North Carolina Medical Board attorneys Thomas Mansfield and Patrick Balestrieri about the topic of medical expert witnesses in quality-of-care cases.