Institute: ONC | Component: 2 | Unit: 8 | Lecture: a | Slide: 22
Institute:Office of National Coordinator (ONC) Workforce Training Curriculum
Component:The Culture of Health Care
Unit:Ethics and Professionalism
Lecture:Ethics and professionalism
Slide content:Ethics and Professionalism References Lecture a References American Board of Internal Medicine. (2005). P hysician charter. Retrieved from Antiel , R. M., Kinghorn , W. A., & Reed, D. A. (2013, July). Professionalism: Etiquette or habitus?. InMayo Clinic Proceedings ,88 (7), 651. Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research. Aulisio , M. P, Arnold R. M. (2008). Helping to address value conflicts or uncertainties: Role of the ethics committee. Chest , 134, 417424. Cassel, C. K. (2009). 21st century medical professionalism: Renewing the social contract. Retrieved from t CMPA, (2012) Physician professionalism. Is it still relevant? Retrieved from Ethics & Compliance Initiative. ( n.d. ). Ethics and compliance glossary. Retrieved from . Gholami-Kordkheili , F., Wild, V., & Strech , D. (2013). The impact of social media on medical professionalism: A systematic qualitative review of challenges and opportunities. Journal of Medical Internet Research ,15(8), e184. Retrieved from Gillon R. (1994). Medical ethics: Four principles plus attention to scope. BMJ, 309(6948), 184188. Gillon R. (2003). Ethics needs principles: Four can encompass the restand respect for autonomy should be first among equals. Journal of Medical Ethics, 29(5), 307312. 22
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