News and Commentary How Can We Educate and Train to Professionalism?

We used to take professionalism for granted, but we have come to realize that it can be and must be taught and nurtured. This is more important than ever because of the number of environmental factors that are potential threats to professionalism.

With support from Macy and the Institute on Medicine as a Profession, 19 academic health centers established novel programs to teach professionalism at the undergraduate and graduate levels.

Learn about their innovative approaches and what it will take to build professionalism programs at other institutions.

Watch what some of the grantees have to say about medical professionalism.

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