ISSN 1526-5161, Online ISSN: 1536-0075
Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group
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The Professionalism Movement: A Pause Might Not Be Sufficient
Wurm-Schaar, Mary; Fato, Michelina
The Professionalism Movement: Can We Pause?
Wear, Delese; Kuczewski, Mark G.
Professionalism and the Social Role of Medicine
Twohig, Peter L.; MacDonald, Chris
Creating a Complete Picture of Educating for Professionalism
Wessel, Kristen E.
A Professional Pause
Carroll, Kelly A.
Discourse as Rock Formation-- Fruitcake as Professionalism
Professionalism from the Apprentice's Perspective
Batlle, Juan Carlos
Professionalism: The Formation of Physicians
Leach, David C.
Taking the History of Medical Ethics Seriously in Teaching Medical Professionalism
McCullough, Laurence B.
Pure Glenn-fiditch. Review of Glenn McGee, Beyond Genetics: Putting the Power of DNA to Work in Your Life
The Professionalism Movement: Behaviors Are the Key to Progress
Ginsburg, Shiphra; Stern, David
Pausing to Consider Recommendations for Recasting the Professionalism Movement in Academic Medicine
Physician-Patient Relations: No More Models
Clarke, Greg; Hall, Robert T.; Rosencrance, Greg
Deriving Professionalism from its Roots
Emanuel, Linda L.
Returning to Professionalism: The Re-emergence of Medicine's Art
Doukas, David J.
The Medical Exam as Political Humiliation
Moreno, Jonathan D.
Professionalism in Medical Education
Rhodes, Rosamond; Cohen, Devra; Friedman, Erica; Muller, David
The Genetic Difference Principle
Where the Rubber Meets the Road: A Cyclist's Guide to Teaching Professionalism
Fryer-Edwards, Kelly; Baernstein, Amy
Professionalism: Is Diluting Core Values a Good Idea?
Louria, Donald B.
Integrity in the Relationship between Medical Ethics and Professionalism
Dudzinski, Denise M.
Toward the Operationalization of Professionalism: A Commentary
Telomeres and the Ethics of Human Cloning
Avoiding Fallacies of Misplaced Concreteness in Medical Professionalism
D'Oronzio, Joseph C.
When "Minimal Risk" Research Yields Clinically-Significant Data, Maybe the Risks Aren't So Minimal
Sharp, Helen M.; Orr, Robert D.
The Social-Contract Model of Professionalism: Baby or Bath Water?
Kurlander, Jacob E.; Morin, Karine; Wynia, Matthew K.
Professionalism and Discourse: But Wait, There's More!
Shirley, Jamie L.; Padgett, Stephen M.
The Professionalism Movement: Pausing and Reflecting Are Essential
Fochtmann, Laura J.
The Role of Empirical Research in Defining, Promoting, and Evaluating Professionalism in Context
Forman, Jane; Taylor, Holly
Justice and the House of Medicine: The Mortgaging of Ecology and Economics
Whitehouse, Peter J.; Fishman, Jennifer R.
The Professionalism Movement: A More Optimistic View
Jotkowitz, Alan B.; Glick, Shimon
The Theory and Practice of Professionalism
Jecker, Nancy S.
Pausing for Professionalism
Kao, Audiey; Witlen, Renee
Hester, D. Micah; Kovach, Karen
Socialization in Medical Training: Exploring "Lifelong Curiosity" and a "Community of Support"
Kasman, Deborah L.
Self-Preservation: An Argument for Therapeutic Cloning, and a Strategy for Fostering Respect for Moral Integrity
Mahowald, Mary B.
Community-Based Participatory Research in United States Bioethics: Steps Toward More Democratic Theory and Policy
From an Exercise in Professional Etiquette to Society's Wish List? Review of American Medical Association, Code of Medical Ethics: Current Opinions with Annotations
Review of Allan V. Horwitz, Creating Mental Illness
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