Today, there are different ways organizations and individuals express themselves in the workplace. The new Professionalism in Healthcare module is designed to help students understand changes to workplace professionalism and how to make choices about where and how they work.
The Professionalism in Healthcare module provides an overview of professionalism, including clothing and personal care, behaviors, executive functioning skills, collaboration and teamwork, ethics, and integrity.
Students identify how they can express their personal style within professional practices. They also evaluate employees' effectiveness in dealing with workplace situations, including harassment, discrimination, and bullying.
In the Explore phase, students will complete an activity where they’ll compare the professionalism of two people interviewing for a job.
In the Learn & Practice phase, students will proceed through four units addressing different dimensions of professionalism:
For the Reflect phase, students will apply the skills and concepts they’ve learned to real-world situations.
Finally, the Reinforce phase includes four projects and activities that teachers can use in the classroom:
The module closes with a summative assessment.
To see the full details of the activities, projects, and lessons, view the Professionalism in Healthcare catalog page.
You can find the Professionalism in Healthcare module in the Health Care Foundations and Health Career Readiness sections of the curriculum.
If you previously used the old Professionalism module in any of your classes, you’ll need to replace it with this new, healthcare-focused module.
To add the module to your classes, read the article below that's most relevant to your situation: