Doc McStuffins is an American-Irish animated TV show. Gomerblog has extensively covered Doc McStuffins, which has not been without controversies.
Doc McStuffins has gone through numerous highs and lows since the beginning of 2015.
- On January 30, 2015, children received devastating news when Doc McStuffins was not asked back for another season after she received dismal patient satisfaction scores.
- Oddly enough, one day later on February 1, 2015, public health researchers found that Doc McStuffins was more evidence based compared to The Dr. Oz Show. Despite these findings, Doc McStuffins would not be asked back on the air.
- On February 21, 2015, the reality of Doc McStuffins' departure was cemented with Nickelodeon's leak of a new TV show, Dora the Malingerer.
- On May 9, 2015, the Joint Commission officially shut down Doc McStuffins' clinic when she was found to have been guilty of numerous violations including HIPAA noncompliance, lack of a EHR, and lack of chaperoning during cross-gender examinations.
- On September 4, 2015, Doc McStuffins opened up about her personal battle with burnout especially after dealing with the loss of her TV show and clinic. She showed that burnout wasn't specific to humans: it affected animated medical personnel too. Though it was a difficult time for McStuffins, it helped draw attention to burnout among animated providers and help restore her image in the public high.
- Unfortunately on June 17, 2016, Doc McStuffins' reputation suffered irreparable damage when her medical license was suspended after she was caught sleeping with Lambie.
- Doc McStuffins Forced to Resign Due to Dismal Patient Satisfaction Scores
- Study: Doc McStuffins More Evidence-Based Than Dr. Oz
- New Dora the Malingerer Series to Win Over Canceled Doc McStuffins Fans
- Joint Commission Shuts Down McStuffins Clinic for Violations
- Reality Star Doc McStuffins Opens Up About Physician Burnout
- Doc McStuffins Caught Sleeping with Lambie, License Suspended