Nelson Higher Education

Higher Education

Professionalism, Work, and Clinical Responsibility in Pharmacy

  • David Tipton
  • ISBN-10: 1284022064
  • ISBN-13: 9781284022063
  • 0 Pages | Paperback
  • COPYRIGHT: 2014 Published
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About the Product

This exceptional guide introduces pharmacy students and residents to the ethical and personal challenges they will encounter in their pharmacy career and provides the tools for success. Utilizing the American Board of Internal Medicine model of professionalism, the text explores practice in the context of developing and applying the ABIM’s six attributes: altruism, accountability, duty, excellence, honor and integrity, and respect for others. This valuable resource deals with the human aspects of being a successful pharmacy practitioner and explores how selfawareness, self-management, social awareness, and relationship management (the four skill areas of emotional intelligence) are blended to accomplish personal, professional, and organizational goals. The text utilizes thoughtprovoking exercises for comprehension of the concepts presented and creating personalize learning plans. These activities as well as realworld case studies provide students with insight into pharmacy practice. Applicable Courses Professionalism in Pharmacy Practice Professional Skills Professional Development Pharmacy Residency

Table of Contents

Section One: Emotional Intelligence
Chapter 1: Self-Directed Learning
Chapter 2: Emotional Intelligence
Chapter 3: Emotions
Chapter 4: Self-Awareness
Chapter 5: Self-Management
Chapter 6: Social Awareness
Chapter 7: Relationship Management

Section Two: Professionalism
Chapter 8: Professionalism
Chapter 9: Altruism
Chapter 10: Accountability
Chapter 11: Duty, Honor, Integrity
Chapter 12: Excellence
Chapter 13: Respect for Others
Chapter 14: The Dark Side

Section Three: Clinical Responsibility
Chapter 15: Expertise and Thinking
Chapter 16: Emotional Labor, Compassion Fatigue, Stress and Burnout
Chapter 17: Establishing Credibility
Chapter 18: Worry, Fear, and Errors
Chapter 19: Inter-Professional Relationships

Section Four: Work
Chapter 20: The Boss
Chapter 21: Careers
Chapter 22: Difficult Conversations
Chapter 23: New Supervisors
Chapter 24: Politics
Chapter 25: Romantic Relationships
Chapter 26: Trust, Delegation, Empowerment
Chapter 27: Practical Advice