Professionalism as a Social Construct: The Evolution of a Concept.

Cruess, S.R., Cruess, R.L.
Submitted: May, 2016

Until recently, there was an assumption within the English-speaking world that this concept of professionalism was truly universal and applicable to all nations and all cultures. Professionalism was used to organize the services of the healer, and that there were differences in national organizational approaches imposed by different health care systems.

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