William H. Swiggart, MS, LPC Ron Neufeld, BSW, LADAC Linda Worley, MD
P. Tobi Fishel, PhD
The faculty chosen for this course is selected for their clinical expertise in behavior and their ability to help physicians improve their behavior. They must have experience in group dynamics and facilitated small group process. The facilitated small group experience is important for the physician to deal with behavioral change as he/she interacts with others in the group
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All course directors, planners, and speakers indicated no financial relationships to disclose.
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