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Specificity of Blood Phosphatidylethanol (PEth) as a Marker for Alcoholic Beverage Consumption

Utilizing blood phosphatidylethanol (PEth) in abstinence monitoring programs (particularly with health professional, airline pilot, and/or other professional monitoring) as a means to detect relapse to alcoholic beverage use is a relatively new development over the past decade. PEth is a minor metabolite of ethanol formed when an enzyme, phospholipase D (PLD), binds ethanol to phosphatidylcholineRead More

Early Intervention

Physician health programs (PHPs) provide state disciplinary authorities (medical boards) what wellbeing committees (WCs) provide for hospital disciplinary authorities (medical executive committees). The former regarding licensure and the latter hospital privileges, both necessary for most physicians to practice. In the few states, like California, with no PHP, wellbeing committees take on added responsibilities. In statesRead More

A Pathway to Success in Challenging Times

“Safeguarding the public by improving physician and other professionals’ health and wellbeing.” A pathway to success in challenging times. With so much uncertainty and stress in the world today—a pandemic, protests, massive wildfires, and a contentious presidential election—one thing remains constant: Dr. Gregory Skipper and the Center for Professional Recovery (CPR) are here for you.Read More

CPR’s Trial by Fire

“Mandatory evacuation now!” the police commanded. In my last 30 years working in addiction and treatment, I have seen my fair share of challenges. There have been cross country moves, changing facilities and staff changes that were really hard, but the last year has been extraordinary. It all started in November last year when weRead More

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