Professionalism in medical education has commonly been seen as an extension of the themes “Personal and Professional Development” or “Health Law and Ethics”. In many curricula these themes receive a small academic weight. The assessment of professional difficulties is primarily assessed as a behavioural concern with academic success being determined through performance in assignments and formal clinical and written examinations.
|Number of pages||1|
|Publication status||Published - 2012|
|Event||ANZAHPE 2012 Conference : Professionalism under pressure: Bubbling to the surface - emergent ideas, innovation - Rotorua , Rotorua, New Zealand|
Duration: 26 Jun 2012 → 29 Jun 2012
|Conference||ANZAHPE 2012 Conference|
|Period||26/06/12 → 29/06/12|
Jones, P. D., & Hamlin, G. (2012). Assessing professionalism as an essential academic outcome improves engagement between the medical school and clinical supervisors. 141-141. Abstract from ANZAHPE 2012 Conference , Rotorua, New Zealand.