Brian C. Smith, MD, was raised in Phoenix but found a home in Tucson when matriculating at the University of Arizona for both his Bachelor of Science and medical degree. Dr. Smith completed his residency in the College of Medicine – Tucson Department of Psychiatry, where he served as chief resident. His experiences working with community mental health patients and dedication to comprehensive medical care made for an easy fit on the inpatient teaching service at Banner University Medical Center - South Campus. Over the last 18 months, Dr. Smith has served as the director of consult/liaison psychiatry at the Tucson Campus. Among other topics of interest, he is an advocate for physician empowerment and self-determination in an era of rapidly evolving practice structures.
- Know the legal definition of a curbside consult.
- Understand the bedrock legal protections provided to curbside consultants.
- Discriminate between malpractice for curbside consults vs. ‘formal’ consults.
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