Assessment of Perceptions of Professionalism Among Faculty, Trainees, Staff, and Students in a Large University-Based Health System

Dominique A Alexis, Matthew D Kearney, J Corey Williams, Chang Xu, Eve J Higginbotham, Jaya Aysola 
Submitted: November, 2020

With a renewed focus on medical professionalism, an opportunity exists to better define its standards and application to meet the needs of an increasingly diverse workforce given the important association between interprofessional behavior and patient care. This article aimed to examine the context of how professionalism is operationalized and perceived in diverse health care work and learning environments. The findings of this study highlight the need for health care organizations to revisit how they define and operationalize professionalism to improve inclusivity.

  • Curriculum & Medical Teaching