Professionalism

Course Description:

Constructs of “Professionalism” span many domains and disciplines with both universal and contextual characteristics in each.  Increasingly, Interprofessional collaboration means that people require competencies, skills and strategies around a ‘supra-professional’ understanding of how multi and interdisciplinary teams establish effective and ethical relationships and practices. The purpose of this course is to provide students with a series of workshops and tutorials that focus on Professionalism and professional skills needed to navigate the complexities of interprofessional collaboration in healthcare and health science contexts. Topics: The intention is for these sessions to be useful for developing professional conduct, competencies and cognition, so please take the quiz below to provide feedback on session topics.

Learning Objectives:

At the end of this module students should be able to: (1) Articulate a range of skills required for translational research, (2) Demonstrate reflective perspectives on their professional identity, and (3) Views their work relative to other Health Care professionals

FCE Weight:

0.25 FCE

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