Implementation of Professionalism in HPP ICE
Venue: ICE Training Centre, Level 2, International Medical University, Bukit Jalil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Professionalism is an important aspect of training of health professionals, given their roles, responsibility and accountability in patient care and patient safety. Being one of the graduate outcomes of health professions education as stipulated by accreditation and professional bodies, it is essential that it is addressed and assessed appropriately using a variety of teaching and learning activities and assessment tools in the curriculum. The one-day workshop will cover curriculum design and assessment of professionalism based on a framework developed for health professions programmes.
- Design curriculum to incorporate professionalism
- Assess professionalism
Professor Ming Jung- Ho
Professor Ming-Jung Ho is a Professor in the Department of Family Medicine, Georgetown University School of Medicine, and the Associate Director for the Center for Innovation and Leadership in Education (CENTILE), Georgetown University Medical Center (GUMC). She is also the Director of GUMC Teaching Academy in the Health Sciences and Director of Educational Research, MedStar Health. Her research interest lies in the application of anthropology to medical education. Her research projects on the theme of cross-cultural professionalism have garnered awards from the Association for Medical Education in Europe, the Taiwan Association of Medical Education, and the National Science Council of Taiwan.
|9:00-10:00||Plenary: Professionalism in HPE|
|10:20-11:20||Group discussion: Sharing of professionalism issues|
|11:20-12:30||Introducing IMU Professionalism framework|
|13:30-15:00||Group activity: Develop T&L activities within curriculum|