Professing professionalism: are we our own worst enemy? Faculty members' experiences of teaching and evaluating professionalism in medical education at one school.

@article{Bryden2010ProfessingPA,
  title={Professing professionalism: are we our own worst enemy? Faculty members' experiences of teaching and evaluating professionalism in medical education at one school.},
  author={Pier Bryden and Shiphra Ginsburg and Bochra Kurabi and Najma Ahmed},
  journal={Academic medicine : journal of the Association of American Medical Colleges},
  year={2010},
  volume={85 6},
  pages={1025-34}
}
PURPOSE To explore clinical faculty members' knowledge and attitudes regarding their teaching and evaluation of professionalism. METHOD Clinical faculty involved in medical education at University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine were recruited to participate in focus groups between 2006 and 2007 to discuss their knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes about teaching and evaluating professionalism and to determine their views regarding faculty development in this area. Focus groups were transcribed… CONTINUE READING