August 19, 2022

Unprofessional behavior improved with just a cup of coffee

What if unprofessional behavior in the OR could be managed through something as simple as an informal chat over a cup of coffee? This peer-to-peer approach advocated by Vanderbilt University School of Medicine led to the development of two well-established, scientifically validated programs designed to offset unprofessional behavior: the Patient Advocacy Reporting System (PARS®) and the Co-worker Observation Reporting System (CORS™).

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