+ Site Statistics
+ Search Articles
+ PDF Full Text Service
How our service works
Request PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on Facebook
Follow on Twitter
Follow on LinkedIn
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
Most Shared
PDF Full Text
+ Translate
+ Recently Requested

Hospital privileges and staff membership for psychologists



Hospital privileges and staff membership for psychologists



Professional Psychology 11(4): 676-683




Please choose payment method:






(PDF emailed within 0-6 h: $19.90)

Accession: 061582302

Download citation: RISBibTeXText

DOI: 10.1037/0735-7028.11.4.676


Related references

Medical staff membership and clinical privileges: A survey of hospital-affiliated psychologists. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 22(4): 322-327, 1991

Attaining medical staff membership and privileges for psychologists: A case study. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 40(6): 579-585, 2009

HOSPITAL staff privileges contingent upon membership in county medical society. Journal of the American Medical Association 158(12): 1132-1132, 1955

"Rules governing complete dental hospital staff membership and privileges updated in Albuquerque hospitals". New Mexico Dental Journal 17(1): 17-17, 1966

Hospital liability in malpractice cases for negligence in the granting and renewal of medical staff membership and clinical privileges. Connecticut Medicine 50(8): 519-520, 1986

The physician cartel--potential hospital federal antitrust liability in class-based denial of staff privileges to clinical psychologists. Specialty Law Digest. Health Care Law 1991(149): 7-33, 1991

Guidelines for individual hospitals and medical staffs: determination of medical staff membership and hospital privileges. New York State Journal of Medicine 79(3): 395-395, 1979

Psychologists' staff privileges in dispute. Hospitals 63(2): 52, 1989

Staff privileges for nonphysicians. Part 2: A sampling of hospital programs and privileges for nurse practitioners and physician's assistants. Hospital Medical Staff 7(3): 22-28, 1978

Eligibility for clinical privileges and staff membership in Pennsylvania hospitals. Pennsylvania Medicine 88(5): 56-56, 1985

Chairman's outlook: Monitoring of the procedure whereby applications for medical staff membership and clinical privileges are reviewed. Trustee 28(2): 10-10, 1975

Staff privileges: revocation of staff privileges in retaliation for whistleblowing is improper. Clark v. Columbia/HCA Information Services, Inc., 25 P.3d 215 (Nev. 2001). Journal of Healthcare Risk Management 22(1): 34-35, 2007

Psychologists get hospital admitting privileges in D.C. Psychiatric News 18(21): 1, 13-1, 13, 1983

APA against D.C. bill to allow psychologists hospital privileges. Psychiatric News 18(12): 1, 20-1, 1983

Hospital privileges for psychologists. A legislative model. American Psychologist 38(11): 1232-1237, 1983