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Professionalism Events Around Campus

  • 2018 Professionalism Summit and Poster Session

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    Biennially, the UTMB Professionalism Committee hosts a summit to raise awareness about the importance of professionalism. The keynote speaker for the July 9, 2018 summit is Dr. William O. Cooper, Director, Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy. Dr. Cooper's presentation is entitled, "He's a Good Doctor, but... Addressing the behaviors that undermine team performance." Check the Daily Announcements for more information.
  • Addressing Poor Behavior: Tips and Techniques - May 2, 2018

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    The UTMB Professionalism Committee hosted the final workshop for FY18, Addressing Poor Behavior: Tips and Techniques, on May 2, 2018. The FY 18 workshop series was targeted for specific audiences. This last session was for students. The session employed many of the principles used by the Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy for having a cup of coffee conversation.
  • Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior - April 11, 2018

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    The UTMB Professionalism Committee hosted another workshop entitled, Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior on April 11, 2018 for managers and supervisors. The session employed many of the principles used by the Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy for having a cup of coffee conversation.
  • Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior - March 28, 2018

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    The UTMB Professionalism Committee hosted another workshop entitled, Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior on March 28, 2018. The session employed many of the principles used by the Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy for having a cup of coffee conversation.
  • Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior - January 29, 2018

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    The UTMB Professionalism Committee hosted its second FY18 workshop on January 29, 2018. The FY18 series is being offered to targeted audiences and this one was for supervisors and managers. The workshop focused a second cup of coffee conversation when unprofessional behavior continues, the importance of documentation, and involving Human Resources as escalation advances.
  • Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior - December 11, 2017

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    The UTMB Professionalism Committee kicked off the FY18 series of workshops entitled Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior on December 11, 2017. The session employed many of the principles used by the Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy for having a cup of coffee conversation.
  • All Student Orientation August 21, 2017

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    Student Representatives from the Professionalism Committee and the Honor Pledge Committee joined Dr. Mark Holden in addressing the new student body with an overview of the Professionalism Committee, the importance of professionalism at UTMB, interprofessional professionalism, classroom etiquette, warnings about social media, and how to report disrespectful behavior.
  • Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior June 12, 2017

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    The UTMB Professionalism Committee hosted a fourth workshop on June 12, 2017, entitled Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior. The session employed many of the principles used by the Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy for having a cup of coffee conversation.
  • Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior May 23, 2017

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    The UTMB Professionalism Committee hosted a third workshop on May 23, 2017, entitled Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior. The session employed many of the principles used by the Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy for having a cup of coffee conversation.
  • Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior.

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    The UTMB Professionalism Committee is offering a workshop, Can We Talk? Addressing Poor Behavior. The workshop employs many of the principles used by Vanderbilt's Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy for having a cup of coffee conversation. A reduced version of the slide deck presented at the workshop is available.
  • UTMB Honor Pledge Committee Professionalism Panel

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    The UTMB Student Honor Pledge Committee hosted a panel discussion on Monday, November 30, 2016. There were 46 students in attendance representing all four schools.
  • How to Have a Cup of Coffee Conversation - Faculty Accountability

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    UTMB Professionalism Committee developed a workshop for the Clinical Chairs and Vice Chairs. The training is intended to complement the recently published Faculty Group Practice Guidelines for greater physician accountability.
  • Can We Talk - Promoting Insight and Self-Improvement

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    With permission from the Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy, the Professionalism Committee, the Chief Medical Officer and the Chief Physician Executive developed a workshop for the Clinical Chairs and Vice Chairs. The content of the training uses the principles from the Vanderbilt program, "Addressing Behaviors that Undermine a Culture of Safety".
  • Establishing Transdisciplinary Professionalism for Improving Health Outcomes

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    As part of a better understanding respect for other health care delivery disciplines, the Office of Interprofessional Education has offered two case studies. Each case study promotes collaboration and respect between the disciplines.
  • How to Have a Cup of Coffee Conversation - Faculty Accountability

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    UTMB Professionalism Committee developed a workshop for the Clinical Chairs and Vice Chairs. The training is intended to complement the recently published Faculty Group Practice Guidelines for greater physician accountability.
  • Dr. Chuck Mathers Attends Vanderbilt Course re: Professionalism

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    Dr. Charles Mathers, Senior Aviation Medical Examiner and a member of the Professionalism Commttee, recently attended the Promoting Professionalism Course hosted by Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. He is happy that UTMB has taken the issue of professionalism seriously.
  • All Student Orientation August 22, 2016

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    Student Representatives from the Professionalism Committee and the Honor Pledge Committee joined Dr. Mark Holden in addressing the new student body with an overview of the Professionalism Committee, the importance of professionalism at UTMB, interprofessional professionalism, classroom etiquette, warnings about social media, and how to report disrespectful behavior.
  • Dr. Olugbenga Ojo Attends Vanderbilt Course re: Professionalism

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    Dr. Olugbenga Ojo is the latest member of the UTMB Faculty to attend the Vanderbilt course entitled, Promoting Professionalis: Addressing Behaviors that Undermine a Culture of Safety, Reliability, and Accountability.
  • 12th Annual Curriculum Education Conference

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    Members of the Professionalism Committee were invited by the Curriculum Education Committee to present "What Pushes Your Button? Dealing with Emotional Triggers" at the 12th Annual Curriculum Education Conference May 18-19, 2016.
  • 2016 Professionalism Summit and Poster Session

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    Biennially, the UTMB Professionalism Committee hosts a summit to raise awareness about the importance of professionalism.The keynote speaker for the April 8, 2016 summit was Dr. Angela Peterman Mihalic, Associate Dean for Student Affairs and Professor of Pediatrics at UT Soutwestern.Dr. Mihalic presentation was entitled, "Managing a Respectful Intergenerational and Interprofessional Workforce".