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II.3 Interprofessional Professionalism: Linking Professionalism and Interprofessional Care--Matthew C. Holtman, Jody S. Frost, Dana P. Hammer, Kathy McGuinn, and Loretta M. Nunez
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... The group quickly recognized m that there were many parallel, overlapping efforts to support professionalism within professions, but that little work had been done to develop a shared professionalism framework across professions. By 2009, the group expanded to 11 organizations representing 10 doctoral health professions: optometry, dentistry, psychology, veterinary medicine, pharmacy, physical therapy, audiology, nursing, and allopathic and osteopathic medicine.
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... , the IPC defines "interprofessional i professionalism" as consistent demonstration of core values evidenced by professionals work ing together, aspiring to and wisely applying principles of altruism, excel lence, caring, ethics, respect, communication, and accountability to achieve optimal health and wellness in individuals and communities. Though these concepts appear in various definitions of professionalism created within professions, interprofessional professionalism provides a different emphasis that underscores communication, collaboration, and negotiation across professional boundaries.
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... One of the team members proposes to have a frank discussion with JP about his needs, goals, and resources. JP's low income and low educational status emerge as significant contributing factors to his poor adherence to treatment.

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