Using 'Generic Abilities' to Foster Professionalism in a Post-Professional Program
Introduction To be successful in a profession, persons must have mastery of professional affective behaviors in addition to that profession’s core knowledge base. Health care delivery is more than just developing a good plan of care. The effective health care provider also will have good interpersonal and communication skills, have a commitment to learning, act professionally and responsibly, and have abilities in problem solving and critical thinking. But, these behaviors and characteristics are not taught directly in a professional program. This presentation will demonstrate how these ‘generic abilities’ have been incorporated in a post-professional program and how they can be used in other professional health care, professional development, and leadership programs. [See PDF for complete abstract]
professional development, leadership
Recommended CitationCitation Information:Baker, Christine P. EdD and Utsey, Carolyn J. PhD, "Using 'Generic Abilities' to Foster Professionalism in a Post-Professional Program" (2007).
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