Learners’ Perspectives of Professionalism: Protocol for a Mixed Methods Systematic Review

Nagina Khan, Walther van Mook, Subodh Dave Sohyun Ha, Joshua Sagisi, Nicole Davi, Chantel Aftab , Sucheta Tiwari, Marie Hickman, Wolfgang Gilliar
Submitted: August, 2022

Professionalism has come to be associated with competence in medical education, with the habitual and judicious use of communication, knowledge, technical skills, clinical reasoning, emotions, values, and reflection in daily practice for the benefit of the individual and community being served. Recent studies indicate students should have the opportunity to observe the application of knowledge and skills by their mentors to improve patient health and safety. A noticeable detail that needs implementation into the curriculum is the inclusion of student perspectives. This review will explore students’ understanding and experience of professionalism in undergraduate medical education (UME).

Resource Type:
  • Peer-Reviewed
  • Professionalism/Medical Education