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Professionalism

Lead(s): Carolyn Meltzer

Intended Learning Outcomes

Facilitators

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

Session Evaluation Tools

Intended Learning Outcomes

(What should learners be able to do after the session?)

  1. Understand the scope/definition of professionalism*
  2. Discuss patient related professional conduct to include HIPPA and patient confidentiality
  3. Describe appropriate use social media without violating principles of professionalism
  4. Develop broader toolbox of communication skills (across varying situations – e.g., emotionally charged encounter)
  5. Understand how to deal with inappropriate patient/colleague contact (i.e., appropriate boundaries, uncomfortable situations)

*Interpersonal (professional) communication, ethics, integrity, culture/”pledge”, advocating for patient interest, cultural competency

Facilitators

Please email a facilitator directly to request a workshop. If you have questions, please email ulemu.luhanga@emory.edu

Name Email Areas of Expertise/Interest
Jennfier Goedken, MD jgoedke@emory.edu Professionalism
Purnima Patel, MD purnima.sharad.patel@emory.edu Leadership and Mentorship 
Steven M. Roser, DMD, MD sroser@emory.edu Professionalism

Suggested Interactive Learning and Teaching Activities

Other Resources

Emory Healthcare (EHC) Pledge

EHC Pledge Self-Reflection Worksheet

Session Evaluation Tools

Please use the following web link or QR code to evaluate a Professionalism session:

https://mstanba.wufoo.com/forms/core-curriculum-roadshow-professionalism/ 

Professionalism QR code

Acknowledgements

Thank you to those who came together to develop the intended learning outcomes and list of suggested interactive learning and teaching activities:
Thomas Bradbury
Carolyn Meltzer
Purnima Patel
Jennifer Spicer
Mark Walsh