medical professionalism

medical professionalism

The constellation of values, behaviours and relationships which underpin the trust the public has in doctors.

Components of medical professionalism
• Clinical skills;
• Ethical behaviour;
• Resource management;
• Team-working and communication skills.

medical professionalism

The values, behaviours and relationships that demonstrate a doctor's central determination to devote his or her knowledge, skills and judgement to the protection and restoration of human well-being. Medical professionalism is the basis of the trust the public has in doctors.
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Background and Objectives: Medical professionalism is an essential aspect of medical education and practice worldwide.
On the other hand Medical professionalism is defined as a set of values, behavior and relationship that under prints the trust the public has in healthcare professionals.
Medical professionalism concept is not new It is always considered essential for a doctor.
More than a list of values and desired behaviors: a foundational understanding of medical professionalism.
Medical professionalism and the future of public trust in physicians.
31 More recently, however, discussions of medical professionalism have encompassed how physicians comport themselves away from work.
The limits of social justice as an aspect of medical professionalism.
Medical professionalism forms the basis of the contract between doctors and patients.
Medical professionalism is a complex terminology which includes behaviors and attitudes, in addition to the knowledge and skills1.
Con relacion a la definicion de profesionalismo, en el ano 2006, Stern publico el libro Measuring medical professionalism en el cual, junto con Arnold, propusieron una definicion que plantea que los principios de excelencia, humanismo, responsabilidad y altruismo son elementos necesarios y suficientes para definir profesionalismo, considerando ademas que estos deben asentar sobre una base de competencia clinica, habilidades de comunicacion y comprension etica y legal (19).
Pan, Norris, Liang, Li, and Ho (2013) identified differences in interpretations of professionalism between Western ideologies and non-Western traditions and suggested "Western frameworks of medical professionalism may not resonate with the cultural values of non-Western countries" (p.
Para que estos principios puedan ser llevados a cabo, el " Medical professionalism project" ha creado tambien lo que son llamadas las responsabilidades profesionales, las cuales son: 1.

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