Formation of medical student professional identity: categorizing lapses of professionalism, and the learning environment

@inproceedings{Hendelman2014FormationOM,
  title={Formation of medical student professional identity: categorizing lapses of professionalism, and the learning environment},
  author={Walter Hendelman and Anna Byszewski},
  booktitle={BMC medical education},
  year={2014}
}
BACKGROUND Acquiring the values of medical professionalism has become a critical issue in medical education. The purpose of this study was to identify lapses in professionalism witnessed by medical students during their four year MD curriculum, and to categorize, from the students' perspective, who was responsible and the settings in which these occurred. METHODS An electronic survey, developed by faculty and medical students, was sent to all students with two email reminders. It included… CONTINUE READING
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