Finlayson interviewed for Healthline article on doctor suicides

The Vanderbilt Comprehensive Assessment Program and the Institute For Behavior and Health, Inc., in Rockville, MD, recently published a study spearheaded by Reid Finlayson, M.D., Associate Professor of Clinical Psychiatry,  addressing whether the high rates of physician suicide may result from association with Physician Health Programs, which suggests that the programs are more likely beneficial.  Dr. Finlayson was quoted for a Healthline article titled "Why Do So Many Doctors Die by Suicide?" because of his work as medical director of the Vanderbilt Comprehensive Assessment Program for professionals.

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