Participate in a graded small group discussion about the stories and professionalism with a faculty member.

CASE 1: ETHICAL AND LEGAL PERSPECTIVES IN HEALTHCARE
July 29, 2019
The Occupational Safety And Health Administration (OSHA), The Centers For Medicaid And Medicare Services
July 29, 2019

Participate in a graded small group discussion about the stories and professionalism with a faculty member.

Professionalism Activity Assignment

Objective: Exhibit behaviors and values consistent with the trust given to the profession by patients, other healthcare providers, and society.

Instructions for students

· Read two stories “At the Pharmacy” and “Blowing the Whistle” and “Tenets of Professionalism for Pharmacy Students” prior to small group discussion. The stories and the tenets are posted on the portal in Unit 1.

· Participate in a graded small group discussion about the stories and professionalism with a faculty member. Please see the rubric on page 2 for evaluation criteria. Room assignments are posted on the portal in Unit 1.

· Complete a short reflective writing assignment independently after your small group and turn in by Sept 7th.

Reflective Writing Assignment Directions

Based on what you have learned from the stories, small group discussion, and professionalism course materials, write a personal philosophy of practice. Your essay must address ALL of the following:

· Why do I want to become a pharmacist?

· What is my vision for pharmacy practice?

· What are my professional values?

· What goals do I have for patients and for myself?

· What are my desired relationships with other healthcare professionals?

· How will I measure if I have achieved my desired practice philosophy?

· This must be in essay form (not Q&A) and include answers to all of the questions above.

· You may change the order of the questions to suit the flow of your writing.

· Formatting: 12pt font, 1 inch margins, single spaced, 1- 2 pages, max of 2 pages.

· Include the following as a heading:

· Personal Philosophy of Practice

· Date

· Full Name

· Save the file as: Lastname_Firstname_Personal Philosophy

· Post your personal philosophy to our class portal page by Sep. 7

· Review the grading rubric to fully understand the expectations.

Hint: Optimal practice elements that may be discussed…

· Optimal patient care role of a pharmacist

· Value of the pharmacy profession to society

· Role of the pharmacist as part of the interprofessional care team

· Leadership and stewardship of safe, effective and efficient medication-use systems

Group Discussion Grading Rubric Student Name_________________

Active listening/non-verbal communication Participation/quality

of comments

Respect for others in group
5

Very good

Paraphrases what others have said to confirm or clarify understanding; Posture, demeanor and behavior demonstrate attentiveness to others; Verbal and nonverbal communication of others acknowledged Comments are appropriate, thoughtful, advanced and stimulate conversation; New or differing ideas presented; Clear understanding, provokes questions and comments from group Responds to others remarks respectfully and interjects politely; Opinions of others acknowledged; Disagrees tactfully
4

Good

Usually acknowledges ideas of others; Responds to ideas of others; May ask for clarification; Uses effective gestures and body language most of the time Volunteers comments, comments are rational and relevant, and comments advance discussion Takes turns, listens to others, and usually demonstrates interest in ideas of others; Opinions usually communicated without passing judgment
3

Avg.

Listens most of the time; Not always focused on others comments; Busy focusing on own; Draws accurate conclusions from body language Volunteers comments, most comments rational and relevant to discussion, comments may lack depth Takes turns, usually listens when others speak, and usually shows ability to give appropriate verbal responses. Late to class
2

Below avg.

Easily distracted and only attentive when addressed directly; Passive involvement Struggles but participates, speaks when questioned directly, restates what has been said already or connection of comments/relevance is unclear; Nothing new or thought provoking Sometimes interrupts speakers; Taking turns or accepting suggestions from others is difficult. Very late to class
1

Poor

Does not know what is being discussed when addressed; Use of gestures or body language suggests indifference or boredom Does not participate or only makes negative/disruptive remarks; comments inhibit discussion; limited understanding or indifference is evident, comments inappropriate or off topic Ideas of others not acknowledged or response given; Interrupts speakers most of the time; Annoying gestures or body language may be displayed or is argumentative. Doesn’t show up to class

Total Score ____/15

Reflective Writing Grading Rubric Student Name_________________

Grading Criteria Points
The paper addresses each of these topic areas (5 points each):

· Why do I want to become a pharmacist?

· What is my vision for pharmacy practice?

· What are my professional values?

· What goals do I have for patients and for myself?

· What are my desired relationships with other healthcare professionals?

· How will I measure if I have achieved my desired practice philosophy?

____ (max 30)
The paper references important concepts from the assigned readings (5 points each):

· Optimal patient care role of a pharmacist

· Importance of customer service and empathy

· Value of the pharmacy profession to society

· Role of the pharmacist as part of the interprofessional care team

· Leadership and stewardship of safe, effective and efficient medication-use systems

____ (max 25)
The paper builds on ideas discussed in the small group facilitated discussions with the addition of new thoughts and ideas presented by the student. ____ (max 20)
The paper is written in essay format as specified in the directions, flows well, and uses sound logic. ____ (max 5)
The paper conforms to format specified in the directions:

· 12 point font

· 1 inch margins

· Single spaced

· 1-2 pages, 2 page max

____ (max 5)
No problems with grammar or spelling. – ½ point for each unique grammar or spelling issue up to a total of – 10 points.
The paper was turned in on time (10% off per day late as specified in the syllabus)
Total Points Earned (85 points maximum)

 

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