Author Cruess, Richard L
Title Teaching Medical Professionalism
Imprint New York : Cambridge University Press, 2008
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Note Cover -- Half-title -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- List of Contributors -- Foreword -- ADDRESSING THREATS TO THE INTEGRITY OF THE PRACTICE OF MEDICINE -- PROFESSIONALISM AS A FRAMEWORK FOR PREPARING PHYSICIANS -- PROFESSIONALISM ACROSS THE CONTINUUM OF MEDICAL EDUCATION -- PUTTING THE PRACTICE AT THE CENTER -- PROFESSIONALISM AS THE INTEGRATION OF APPRENTICESHIP -- Introduction -- REFERENCES -- PART ONE What Is to Be Taught -- 1 The Cognitive Base of Professionalism -- HISTORICAL ROOTS -- THE CHALLENGE OF DEFINING PROFESSIONALISM -- DEFINITIONS -- THE ATTRIBUTES -- Changes in the Attributes -- Changes in the Attributes of the Healer -- Changes in the Attributes of the Professional -- Changes in the Attributes Shared by the Healer and the Professional -- MEDICINE'S SOCIAL CONTRACT WITH SOCIETY -- Implications of the Use of the Term ''Social Contract'' -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- PART TWO Theory -- 2 Educational Theory and Strategies for Teaching and Learning Professionalism -- WHY THEORY? -- A THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK TO GUIDE THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF PROFESSIONALISM -- Why Situated Learning? -- The Situated Learning Model -- THE CYCLE OF INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN -- Principles of Adult Learning -- The Experiential Learning Cycle -- Steps to Instructional Design -- Defining Goals and Objectives -- Identifying Core Content -- Selecting Educational Strategies and Methods -- Evaluating Outcome -- STRATEGIES TO PROMOTE TEACHING AND LEARNING -- Role Modeling -- The Use of Case Vignettes and Case Presentations -- The Use of Art and Video -- Narrative Medicine -- Portfolio Learning -- The Culture of Medicine -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 3 Professionalism and the Socialization of Medical Students -- INTRODUCTION -- MEDICAL PROFESSIONALISM: A TRUNCATED HISTORY -- Background -- The Rise of Nostalgic Professionalism -- Deconstructing Nostalgia
THE MEDICAL SCHOOL AS A SITE OF OCCUPATIONAL SOCIALIZATION -- Introduction -- Socialization Theory -- PROFESSIONALISM AS A FORM OF SOCIAL CONTROL -- Medical Education as Resocialization -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- PART THREE Principles -- 4 Principles for Designing a Program for the Teaching and Learning of Professionalism at the Undergraduate Level -- PRINCIPLES -- Institutional Support -- Allocation of Responsibility -- The Environment -- The Cognitive Base -- Experiential Learning and Self-Reflection -- Role Modeling -- Faculty Development -- Continuity -- Evaluation -- An Incremental Approach -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- 5 Resident Formation - A Journey to Authenticity: Designing a Residency Program That Educes Professionalism -- THE CONTEXT OF THE WORK -- MOVING FROM FRENZY TO WISDOM: DESIGNING TO EDUCE LATENT WISDOM -- Design Feature 1: Work with rather than against Human Nature -- Design Feature 2: Enable Reflective Practice -- Design Feature 3: Community Reflection -- Design Feature 4: Validating and Mining the Resident's Feelings -- Design Feature 5: Attention to Group as well as Individual Formation -- Design Feature 6: Getting Discretion and Discipline Right -- Design Feature 7: Simulation -- Design Feature 8: Social Justice -- Design Feature 9: Linking Evaluations to System Improvement -- Design Feature 10: Residents as Future Stewards of Professionalism -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 6 Supporting Teaching and Learning of Professionalism - Changing the Educational Environment and Students' ''Navigational Skills -- CLOSING COMMENTS -- REFERENCES -- 7 Assessment and Remediation in Programs of Teaching Professionalism -- ASSESSING PROFESSIONALISM OF LEARNERS AND FACULTY -- Assessment's Role -- Assessment Methods -- Specific Approaches to Assessing Faculty's Professionalism -- Assessment Issues and Recommendations -- REMEDIATION
Defining the Professional Lapse -- Identifying the Lapse -- The Remediation Process -- Techniques for Remediation -- Likelihood of Success -- Due Process -- An Example of a Remediation Plan -- Issues and Recommendations -- EVALUATION OF THE ENVIRONMENT -- SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 8 Developing Professionalism across the Generations -- A DYNAMIC PROFESSION -- COMMON GROUND -- GENERATIONAL DIFFERENCES -- SOCIAL CHANGE -- CAREER STAGE -- TEACHING STRATEGIES -- TEACHING STRATEGIES FOR MEDICAL STUDENTS -- STRATEGIES FOR OLDER PHYSICIANS -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 9 Faculty Development for Teaching and Learning Professionalism -- WHY FACULTY DEVELOPMENT IS NEEDED -- GENERAL GUIDELINES FOR DESIGNING A FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM -- Understand the Institutional/Organizational Culture -- Determine Appropriate Goals and Priorities -- Conduct Needs Assessments to Ensure Relevant Programming -- Target Diverse Stakeholders -- Develop Different Programs to Accommodate Diverse Needs -- Workshop, Seminars, and Short Courses -- Integrated Longitudinal Programs -- Peer Coaching -- Self-Directed Learning -- Web-Based Learning -- Incorporate Principles of Adult Learning and Instructional Design -- Offer a Diversity of Educational Methods - In a Variety of Settings -- Promote Buy-In and Market Effectively -- Evaluate - and Demonstrate - Effectiveness -- PRINCIPLES FOR DESIGNING FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMS TO PROMOTE THE TEACHING AND LEARNING OF PROFESSIONALISM -- Faculty Development to Promote Teaching Excellence -- Teach the Cognitive Base -- Translate Content into Practice -- Start with a Focus on Teaching -- Facilitate Experiential Learning and Promote Self-Reflection -- Faculty Development to Promote Curriculum Development and Organizational Change -- A CASE STUDY -- Process -- ''Think Tank'' on Teaching Professionalism
Invitational Workshop on Teaching Professionalism -- Faculty-Wide Workshop on Teaching Professionalism -- ''Think Tank'' on Evaluating Professionalism -- Faculty-wide Workshop on Evaluating the Physician as Healer and Professional -- Faculty Development Outcomes -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 10 The Relationship between Teaching Professionalism and Licensing and Accrediting Bodies -- INTRODUCTION -- What the People Say -- Patients' Ideas of a Good Doctor -- Patients' Experiences of Doctors -- Public Expectations of Professional Regulation -- Evolving Ideas about Professionalism and Professional Regulation -- New Professionalism, New Professional Regulation -- Professional Standards -- Revalidation -- New Professionalism, New Learning, and Teaching -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES -- 11 Educating the Public about Professionalism: From Rhetoric to Reality -- INTRODUCTION: FRAMING THE ISSUE -- The Public's Stake in Medical Professionalism -- The Public's Role in Sustaining Professionalism -- EDUCATING THE PUBLIC ABOUT PROFESSIONALISM -- IN PREPARATION FOR EDUCATING THE PUBLIC -- SPECIFIC STRATEGIES FOR EDUCATING THE PUBLIC -- Harnessing the Mini-Med School -- Engaging Hospital-Based Programs -- Utilizing Professional and Lay Publications -- Empowering Public Voices Inside the Profession -- Enlisting Professional Organizations -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- PART FOUR Practice: Case Studies in Teaching Professionalism across the Continuum -- 12 Teaching Professionalism in a Traditional or Organ-Based Curriculum -- INTRODUCTION -- UWSOM STRUCTURE -- TEACHING PROFESSIONALISM -- Preclinical Curriculum -- ICM I -- ICM II -- Professionalism Working Group -- Clinical Curriculum -- Overarching Curriculum Components -- Other Components -- Lessons Learned -- REFERENCES -- 13 Learning Professionalism in a Problem-Based Curriculum -- BACKGROUND -- THE CONTEXT
OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEARNING PROFESSIONALISM -- ASSESSING PROFESSIONALISM AND FITNESS FOR PRACTICE -- CURRICULUM EVALUATION AND IMPLEMENTATION ISSUES FOR PROMOTING PROFESSIONALISM IN A PROBLEM-BASED CURRICULUM -- LESSONS LEARNED -- REFERENCES -- 14 Teaching Professionalism and Fostering Professional Values during Residency: The McGill Experience -- THE CONTEXT -- TRANSLATING CONCEPTS INTO EDUCATIONAL PRACTICE: A FRAMEWORK -- EXAMPLES OF EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES FOR RESIDENTS FOR LEARNING PROFESSIONALISM AT MCGILL UNIVERSITY -- Learning the Cognitive Base -- Academic Half-Day on Professionalism -- Other Large-Group Learning Activities to Teach the Cognitive Base -- Learning the Skills of Professionalism -- Developing Professional Attitudes and Fostering Professional Behaviors: Transferring Learning into Practice -- Experiential Learning: Role Modeling, Guided Reflection, and Mentorship -- The Learning Environment -- Evaluation -- Faculty Development -- LESSONS LEARNED -- SUMMARY -- REFERENCES -- 15 Continuing Professional Development: A Focus on Professionalism -- INTRODUCTION -- The Case for Continuing Professional Development in Professionalism -- Addressing the Gap -- GETTING TO KNOW THE LEARNERS, WHAT THEY NEED AND WANT TO KNOW -- The Audience and Their Clinical World -- The Adult Learner -- What Do Learners Need or Want? -- Subjective Needs Assessment -- Objective Needs Assessment -- DECIDING ON THE CONTENT AND FORMAT: INCORPORATING PROFESSIONALISM INTO CPD -- Choosing the Format -- Enabling Learning: The CPD Intervention -- Increasing Relevance: The Clinical Scenario -- Increasing Engagement -- Other Options in Creating CPD Interventions -- Faculty Development -- ASSESSING THE OUTCOME -- Perception of the Learning Event -- Competence -- Performance Change and Health Care Outcome -- CONCLUSIONS -- REFERENCES
APPENDIX A Definitions of Professionalism
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