Role-modelling in the operating room: medical student observations of exemplary behaviour.

@article{Curry2011RolemodellingIT,
  title={Role-modelling in the operating room: medical student observations of exemplary behaviour.},
  author={Saundra E Curry and Clarissa I Cortland and Mark J. Graham},
  journal={Medical education},
  year={2011},
  volume={45 9},
  pages={946-57}
}
CONTEXT Training future doctors to develop an appropriate professional persona is an important goal of medical student education and residency training. Most medical education research paradigms on professionalism have focused largely on lapses (e.g. yelling as an example of communication failure) and tend to emphasise behaviour that should be avoided. The assumption is that, if left unchecked, students will see these negative behaviours exhibited by their role models and possibly emulate them… CONTINUE READING
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