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  • 2007 Professionalism Summit

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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 2007 summit was Jordan J Cohen.
  • 2009 Professionalism Summit

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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, 2009 summit was David C. Leach, M.D., retired Executive Director of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The presentation was entitled, " Creating a Culture of Professionalism: Reconnecting Soul and Role".
  • 2011 Professionalism Summit

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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 1, 2011 summit was Gerald Hickson, MD, Vanderbilt University Medical Center and Director for the Vanderbilt Center for Patient and Professional Advocacy. The presentation was entitled, "A Complementary Approach to Professionalism: Identifying, Measuring and Addressing Unprofessional Behaviors".
  • Promoting Professionalism and Professional Accountability

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    Dealing with Behaviors that Undermine a Culture of Safety.
  • Excellence in Professionalism Award - Student Life

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    Jaipreet Suri (SOM) is one of the best medical students I have ever worked with. I had the pleasure of working with him during his Neonatal ICU & Surgery rotations, and I was very impressed with Jaipreet's professionalism, work ethic, and dedication to his patients.
  • Honor Pledge Committee Pub Night

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    UTMB's Honor Pledge Committee hosted its "Pub Night" Alcohol Awareness event.
  • 2014 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 August 7, 2014 summit was Barbara Balik, RN, EdD Principal, Common Fire Healthcare Consulting Senior Faculty, Institute for Healthcare Improvement Board of Governors, National Patient Safety Foundation. The presentation was entitled, "Interprofessionalism - Why Bother?".
  • Obstacles of Interprofessional Healthcare

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    The Student Honor Pledge Committee hosted a forum for students from all schools in which a panel of Faculty members discussed, "Obstacles of Interprofessional Healthcare."
  • Tough Talk: Having a Constructive Conversation - Faculty

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    The Professionalism Committee facilitated a program for Faculty on how to have "tough conversations" using a video clip of a discussion between a Chair and a Faculty member.
  • Indirect Aggression: An Educational Approach

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    Come and discuss with us how our own personal traits can contribute to making our lives worse or better and how to work on it through a nursing research approach.
  • PA White Coat Ceremony

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    Eighty-nine students donned their white coats and pledged their professional oath in a ceremony at 6 p.m. Friday, June 26, in Levin Hall Main Auditorium.
  • All Student Orientation August 24, 2015

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    Student Representatives from the Professionalism Committee and the Honor Pledge Committee joined Dr. Saavedra 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. Anish Bhardwaj Attends Vanderbilt Course re: Professionalism

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    Dr. Anish Bhardwaj previously attended the Vanderbilt course. When he met with the Professionalism Committee he said, "... the experience provided unique insights into the importance of promoting professionalism in our workplace among all stakeholders and associates and is in keeping with the mission, vision, and values of UTMB.
  • What Pushes Your Button? Dealing with Emotional Triggers.

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    On December 1, 2015, the Professionalism Committee sponsored the first in a series of events promoting professionalism across campus with an interactive program entitled, "What Pushes Your Button? Dealing with Emotional Triggers.
  • New Student Orientation - School of Nursing January 2016

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    School of Nursing Orientation included the opportunity for the Interprofessional Education and Practice Department, to share information about UTMB's initiatives and activities that promote health professions working together to improve patient care. Included in the presentation was an introduction to The Professionalism Committee.
  • IPE Day 2016 - Interprofessional Communication to Improve Patient Care

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    IPE Day 2016 - Interprofessional Communication to Improve Patient Care. Dr. Marvin Kohen to present. March 22, 2016. 1-4 p.m.
  • 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".
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.