Teaching professionalism in medical residency programs: a scoping review protocol

Saeideh Ghaffarifar, Azam Asghari-Khatooni, Amirhossein Akbarzadeh, Ahmad Pourabbas, Mehran Seif Farshad, Rasoul Masoomi, Fariborz Akbarzadeh
Submitted: December, 2020

Professionalism is a core competency of medical residents in residency programs. Unprofessional behavior has a negative influence on patient safety, quality of care, and interpersonal relationships. The objective of this scoping review is to map the range of teaching methods of professionalism in medical residency programs (in all specialties and in any setting, whether in secondary, primary, or community care settings). For doing so, all articles which are written in English in any country, regardless of their research design and regardless of the residents’ gender, year of study, and ethnic group will be reviewed.Conducting this scoping review will map the teaching methods of professionalism and will provide an inclusive evidence base to help the medical teachers in the choosing for proper teaching methods for use in their teaching practice.

  • Curriculum
  • Medical Teaching