Professionalism in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine - PUB317
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Ronald E. Domen, MD, FCAP

Richard M. Conran, MD, PhD, JD, FCAP

Robert D. Hoffman, MD, PhD, FCAP

Cindy B. McCloskey, MD, FCAP

Suzanne Zein-Eldin Powell, MD, FCAP

Professionalism in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine provides a basic understanding of how ethics and professionalism impact pathology and laboratory medicine. Approaches and guidance to educational and assessment tools, including more than 100 case vignettes to guide discussion, are included

Contents:

  • Professionalism and ethics in pathology education
  • Interprofessionalism and the role of pathologists
  • Professionalism across organizational culture and leadership
  • Diversity and professionalism
  • Professionalism in research
  • Physician health and wellness, patient safety, and quality of care
  • Addressing unprofessional behavior in the workplace
  • Legal and ethical aspects, and best practices in professionalism

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Softcover; 146 pages; 2020
ISBN: 978-1-941096-53-6





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Professionalism in Pathology and Laboratory Medicine provides a basic understanding of how ethics and professionalism impact pathology and laboratory medicine. Approaches and guidance to educational and assessment tools, including more than 100 case vignettes to guide discussion, are included. The book also discusses professionalism in the context of research, pathologist well-being and burnout, legal aspects, diversity, organizational leadership, and patient safety and quality of care. Lapses in ethical and professional behavior as well as recommendations on future directions for research and education in professionalism also are addressed.