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Occupation
A work activity that is a job
Lifelong or long-term devotion to an occupation
Profession
Specialized knowledge and unique requirements
Self-regulated and self-governed
Lifelong or long-term devotion to learning
Professionalism attributes
-reliability and dependability
-confidence
-active learning
-communicating respectfully and articulately
-accepting criticism
-exceeding expectations
-putting others needs above your own
Six principals of professionalism
-altruism
-accountability
-excellence
-Duty
-Honor and integrity
-Respect for others
Altruism
“..unselfish concern for the welfare of others”
Accountability
“..able to make moral and rational decisions on ones’ own…and answering to that decision”
Excellence
Lifelong learning
Commitment of knowledge acquisition or retrieval to serve patients
Involvement w/ professional organization
Duty
Pharmacist be committed to serving patients even when it is inconvenient
Honor and integrity
Being fair
Being truthful
Keeping one’s word
Meeting commitment
Being straightforward
Avoiding relationship that allows personal gain
Factors that compromise professionalism
Abuse of power
Arrogance
Greed
Misrepresentation
Impairment
Lack of conscientiousness
How do you become a professional?
Life-long commitment
Common sense
What is deviant behavior?
Academic dishonesty
Lack of self-control
Perceived opportunity
Other forms of academic dishonesty
Impersonation
Falsification of documentation
Plagiarism
Misappropriation of another author’s contributions, including and authors ideas, information, or words.
Consists of coping unusual pharases or terms; sentences or significant parts of sentences; or organization of a sentence paragraph
Things to remember when you are citing sources.
-author
-date
-title
-publisher/journal
-medium (tex)
-page number