Every March I run the last required course at Dartmouth's Geisel School of Medicine. It’s a three-week-long, 47-hour sprint – a sort of boot camp for professional formation. Midway through the usual mechanics of instruction, I got an email that felt routine at first - but then it felt like an opportunity to talk with a student about professionalism.
Click here to read it, over at Reflective MedEd. What do you think? Did I make a professionalism mountain out of a logistical molehill? How do you try to support your students’ professional formation?