How Can We Evolve an Optimal Environment for Teaching and Learning about Professionalism
Valerie Williams, PhD, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs and Faculty Developmentases (1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™). This activity has no commercial support.
Upon completion of this activity, participants will be able to: Describe "professionalism" as applied to medicine and the health professions. To describe three fundamental principles of medical professionalism. To list and describe ten professional responsibilities in the physician charter for medical professionalism. To review professionalism challenges, feed-forward and feedback approaches suited to the optimal learning environment. To describe three key factors for creating an optimal environment for teaching and learning about professionalism.
Disclosure Report: Course Director: Dr. Michael Bronze has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose. Planning Committee Members: Dr. Ben Cowley has been a consultant for Otsuka. Dr. Douglas Drevets has received grants/research support from NIH. He has received honorarium from NIH and NIAID. Dr. Courtney Houchen has received other financial or material support in that he is the Founder of COARE Biotechnology. Dr. Tim Lyons has received grants/research support from Merck Sharp & Dohme, Andromeda Biotech, Novo Nordisk, Boehringer-Ingelheim, Corcept Therapeutics, and Registry. Dr. Dwight Reynolds has received grants/research support from Medtronic. He has been a consultant for Medtronic and Sorin. He has received honorarium from Medtronic and Sorin. Dr. Ira Targoff has been a consultant for the OMRF Clinical Immunology Lab and has received honorarium from Up-to-Date. Drs. Jackson, Kinasewitz, Selby and Zou have no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose. Course Contact: Ms. Kathy Miller has no financial relationships or affiliations to disclose. Speaker: Dr. Williams has grants/research suport from US Department of Health & Human Services, Univ Center Grant (Federal).
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