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Professionalism in the workplace

Why are boundaries important? Why are boundaries important? É Communicate clearly ÉCommunicate clearly É All personnel information should be kept ÉAll personnel information should be kept strictly confidential strictly confidential É Do not discuss co-workers with others ÉDo not discuss co ...


Residents are expected to: •Demonstrate respect , compassion, and integrity; a responsiveness to the needs of patients and society that supercedesself-interest; accountability to patients, society, and the profession; and a commitment to excellence and on-going professional development.

Teacher Professionalism.

Liberty University DigitalCommons@Liberty University Faculty Publications and Presentations School of Education 6-1-2006 Teacher Professionalism.


Implementing a Professionalism Curriculum Our hope is that program directors will use this workbook to help create and reinforce the culture of professionalism within the program.

Professionalism: Part I—Introduction and Being a Role Model

314 May 2004 Family Medicine William Huang, MD Feature Editor For the Office-based Teacher of Family Medicine (Fam Med 2004; 36 (5) : 314-5. ) Editor's Note: This month's column begins a two-part series on the office-based teaching and assessment of professionalism.


3 What is Professionalism? PROFESSIONALISM Residents must demonstrate a commitment to carrying out professional responsibilities, adherence to ethical principles, and sensitivity to a diverse patient population.


PROFESSIONALISM IN PHYSICAL THERAPY: CORE VALUES Introduction In 2000, the House of Delegates adopted Vision 2020 and the Strategic Plan for Transitioning to A Doctoring Profession (RC 37-01).

Medical Professionalism

*January 2008 Northeast Florida Medicine Supplement www. DCMS online. org Medical Professionalism Dennis McDonagh, MD Address Correspondence to: Dennis McDonagh, MD, 425 N. Lee St., #101, Jacksonville, FL 32204.

Patient Perceptions of Professionalism in Dentistry

August 2003 ■ Journal of Dental Education 909 Milieu in Dental Schools and Practice Patient Perceptions of Professionalism in Dentistry Mary E. Brosky, D.M.D.; Oliver A. Keefer, B.S.; James S. Hodges, Ph.D.; Igor J. Pesun, D.M.D., M.S.; Gary Cook, D.D.S., M.S. Abstract: The purpose of this ...

What is professionalism

Professionalism What is professionalism Professions have long been recognized to consist of 3 essential characteristics: expert knowledge (as distinguished from a practical skill), self-regulation, and a fiduciary responsibility to place the needs of the patient ahead of the self-interest of the ...