A Sociological Framing of Medicine's Modern-Day Professionalism Movement
Professionalism, Interpersonal relations, Physician practice patterns, Medical ethics, Medicine
Interprofessional Education | Medical Education | Medicine and Health | Medicine and Health Sciences | Sociology
In this article the authors discuss the research and pedagogical implications of professionalism which has been regarded as distributed attribute and competence. They highlight the distinction of sociology and medicine in framing professionalism. Moreover, they note that major accounts of professionalism imparted by organized medicine have inclined to request doctors to rediscover themselves to the core principles of medical practice.
Hafferty, Frederic W. and Castellani, Brian (2009). A Sociological Framing of Medicine's Modern-Day Professionalism Movement. Medical Education 43(9), 826-828. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2923.2009.03445.x Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/socpubs/47