Creating a Framework for Medical Professionalism: An Initial Consensus Statement From an Arab Nation.

@article{AbdelRazig2016CreatingAF,
  title={Creating a Framework for Medical Professionalism: An Initial Consensus Statement From an Arab Nation.},
  author={Sawsan Abdel-Razig and H. Ibrahim and Hatem F Alameri and H. Hamdy and Khaled Abu Haleeqa and K. Qayed and Laila Obaid and Maha Al Fahim and M. Ezimokhai and N. Sulaiman and S. Fares and Maitha Mohammed Al Darei and Nhayan Qassim Shahin and Noora Abdulla Omran Al Shamsi and Rashed Arif Alnooryani and S. Al Falahi},
  journal={Journal of graduate medical education},
  year={2016},
  volume={8 2},
  pages={
          165-72
        }
}
Background Medical professionalism has received increased worldwide attention, yet there is limited information on the applicability and utility of established Western professionalism frameworks in non-Western nations. Objective We developed a locally derived consensus definition of medical professionalism for the United Arab Emirates (UAE), which reflects the cultural and social constructs of the UAE and the Middle East. Methods We used a purposive sample of 14 physicians working in the UAE as… Expand
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