Professionalism and Medicine’s Social Contract with Society

Professionalism and Medicine’s Social Contract with Society

First Aired: 1/8/2008

Length: 58 minutes


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The principles of professionalism: altruism, accountability, honesty, service, transparency, humanism and competence are the very core of the medical profession, yet how does one go about teaching and measuring them in a standardized, reproducible way? In this presentation, Richard L. Cruess, MD, from McGill University in Canada, presents on Professionalism and Medicine’s Social Contract with Society. Presented by: UCSD Physician Assessment and Clinical Education (PACE), the Coalition for Physician Enhancement (CPE), and the UCSD School of Medicine.
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