Assessing professionalism in Health Professions Education
Professionalism is an important aspect of training health professionals, given their roles, responsibility and accountability in patient care and patient safety. Professionalism is also an essential graduate outcome of health professions education as stipulated by accreditation and professional bodies. Valid and reliable assessment programmes are essential and should include professionalism. The scope and tools for assessing professionalism with a contextual approach will be covered in this half-day workshop.
- Discuss the scope of assessment of professionalism (definition, professional identity, behaviour and attitude)
- Discuss the tools for assessing professionalism, their strengths and weaknesses, as well as validity, reliability, feasibility and acceptability
Who should attend?
Members of the Health Professions Education Community, including
- Healthcare Practitioners
Registration Fee (All fees inclusive GST 6%)