Doctors failing to report incompetent colleagues

Doctors’ hearts are in the right place, but their behaviour leaves a little to be desired – particularly when it comes to reporting colleagues’ incompetence. So says a survey of physicians’ attitudes led by Eric Campbell at the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston. His team surveyed more than 3500 US doctors, probing their attitudes to a professional charter introduced in 2002. More than 90 per cent of the 1662 doctors who responded agreed with statements about improving access to healthcare, managing conflicts of interest and regulating the medical profession. However, when asked about their own behaviour,
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