Observation, reflection, and reinforcement: surgery faculty members' and residents' perceptions of how they learned professionalism.

@article{Park2010ObservationRA,
  title={Observation, reflection, and reinforcement: surgery faculty members' and residents' perceptions of how they learned professionalism.},
  author={Jason Park and Sarah I. Woodrow and Richard Reznick and Jennifer Beales and Helen M. Macrae},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2010},
  volume={85 1},
  pages={134-9}
}
PURPOSE To explore perceptions of how professionalism is learned in the current academic environment. Professionalism is a core competency in surgery (as in all of medical practice), and its presence or absence affects all aspects of clinical education and practice, but the ways in which professional values and attitudes are best transmitted to developing generations of surgeons have not been well defined. METHOD The authors conducted 34 semistructured interviews of individual surgery… CONTINUE READING

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