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Researchers examine perceptions, experiences of professionalism in health care institutions – News-Medical.net

Marginalized groups of people value professionalism more — and are more likely to leave a job at an institution due to issues of professionalism — compared to…

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Marginalized groups of people value professionalism more — and are more likely to leave a job at an institution due to issues of professionalism — compared to their white, male counterparts, according to a Penn Medicine study of staff, faculty, and students who were affiliated with a large, academic health system in 2015 and 2017.
The findings, published today in JAMA Network Open, suggest that health care institutions must reevaluate and redefine…

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