FSPHP

AcronymDefinition
FSPHPFederation of State Physician Health Programs (Chicago, IL)
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This seeming reliance upon a legal definition of coercion by both the APA and the FSPHP can be considered an important signal that organized psychiatry, and evaluators and treaters in the MRTC, may identify with MLBs and legal methodology more than they identify with their vulnerable colleagues and ordinary clinical, ethical methods.
The FSPHP, in its 2005 guidelines for programs, sets out the principle that they should be judged strictly by the standards they define for themselves: "optimally Physician Health Programs will have qualified legal immunity for actions taken in good faith," (2) but in order to understand the important problem of moral injury in physician-patients, their moral expectations must be defining.
Beyond statements by the FSPHP of its commitment to self-regulation, a search of PubMed yields only one paper, by Boyd and Knight, on ethics in PFFDEs conducted by PHPs.