Exploring Reflective 'Critical Incident' Documentation of Professionalism Lapses in a Medical Undergraduate Setting
McLachlan, John C
Finn, Gabrielle M
BMC medical education 2009 July 15; 9: 44
Measuring professionalism in undergraduate medical students is a difficult process, and no one method has currently emerged as the definitive means of assessment in this field. Student skills in reflection have been shown to be highly important in the development of professional behaviours. By studying student reflections on lapses in professional judgement, recorded as 'critical incidents', it is possible to explore themes which are significant for the development of professional behaviour in an undergraduate setting.
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