An Urgent Imperative: Enriching Professionalism Education to Promote Resilience and Relevance
Join your colleagues in New Orleans next month for an important session on professionalism in health management education.
Professionalism in health management education continues to be a critical and high priority in our field. AUPHA is working in collaboration with the authors of the 2017 article "The Charter on Professionalism for Health Care Organizations" published in Academic Medicine, to better define and enhance the role of professionalism competencies in health management education. This session will provide an update on the work of "the Charter" since its publication in 2017 and explore next steps on how our academic community and stakeholders can be included, involved and engaged in the next iteration of this imperative "Charter." Any health management educator with an interest in improving and enhancing professionalism education in health management programs and health organizations should attend. Presenters include Julie Agris, Stony Brook Medicine; Chris Louis, Boston University; Michael Meacham, Medical university of South Carolina; and Eric Brichto, CAHME
This session will be held on Thursday, June 13, 9:30 - 10:45 AM. We hope to see you there.