professionalism


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to professionalism: medical professionalism

professionalism

The basis of medicine’s contract with society, the principles of which are set out in the General Medical Council (GMC) (UK) guidance document, Good Medical Practice. Professionalism hinges on adherence to a set of values comprising statutory professional obligations, formally agreed codes of conduct and the informal expectations of patients and colleagues.

Key values of medical professionalism
• Acting in the patients’ best interest;
• High standards of competence and knowledge;
• High ethical standards: integrity, probity, accountability, duty and honour;
• Humanism: caring, empathy, humility and compassion, social responsibility and sensitivity to people's culture and beliefs.

professionalism

(pro-fesh'on-al-iz?m)
1. The competence and skill expected and required of a professional.
2. The status, practice, and methods of a professional as opposed to an amateur (e.g., in sports or music).
See: professional competence

professionalism

the upholding by individuals of the principles, laws, ethics and conventions of their profession.

Patient discussion about professionalism

Q. please let me know my role as a health care professional in caring for a child with autism. I am a health care professional not a specialist. So consider my situation and please let me know my role as a health care professional in caring for a child with autism.

A. If you can provide good nutrition that would be huge,
higly effective natural nutritionals include:

calcium/magnesium
kelp
cod liver oil
flax seed oil
raw apple cider vinegar

Also, avoid highly processed foods like white sugar, white flour, an high fructose corn syrup.

More discussions about professionalism
References in periodicals archive ?
De veloping medical professionalism in future doctors: a systematic review.
Aguilar and colleagues (2012) have carefully researched the topic of professionalism in occupational therapy over the past few years.
These include "A Physician's Charter" by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM) and the European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM) and "Medical Professionalism in a Changing World" by the Royal College of Physicians, London.
Professionalism Panels are not utilized in the Ukrainian Justice System.
Key Words: Professionalism, medical students, undergraduate medical education.
Instead, drawing on Bourdieu's field theory and sociological literature on professionalism more generally, Waisbord provides an account of professional journalism as a distinct and autonomous social field.
One of the chief ways employees can demonstrate professionalism is through support of "the boss".
Conclusion: The results can be used to emphasise on the improved teaching and learning strategies in undergraduate medical students' understanding of professionalism.
The ultimate purpose for professionalism in nursing should be the delivery of competent, ethical and compassionate care for all persons, in which the client outcomes and quality of life are at the core of decision making, and support for significant others is included.
Defining professionalism as attitudes, characteristics, or behavior that are not explicitly part of the profession's core of knowledge and technical skill, but that are required for success in the profession, Deiuliis summarizes the elements that encompass professionalism in occupational therapy.
Stetson University College of Law won The Florida Bar Law Student Professionalism YouTube contest for the third year in a row.
Background and Objectives: There is need to promote professionalism in junior doctors.

Full browser ?