'How to prevent the derailing of doctors? Lessons from the case Jansen Steur'

In the period 1997-2004, Jansen Steur was working as a neurologist in the Medisch Spectrum Twente (MST) hospital in Enschede, a city in the vicinity of the Dutch-German border. For a long time, the concerns about Jansen Steur’s conduct remained concealed or, at best, were unnoticed.  Due to problems with his direct colleagues, he was allowed to work is splendid isolation and complaints about him were not properly handled.

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