Personal and Professional Growth for Health Care Professionals blends aspects of professional development with issues related to personal development. This text includes the use of the multi-stage model of professional development: perception, judgment, motivation, prioritization, decision process, and professional implementation, as well as a discussion on the psychology of professionalism.
Topics include: working and communicating across generations, impressions, interprofessional relationships, communication, and professionalism: as a student, a clinician, and at work. Personal and Professional Growth for Health Care Professionals will help students connect the ideas of professionalism to themselves with relevant case studies and discussion questions.
This accessible text provides students with thoughts about personal development which they can apply as they enter the workforce. This is an excellent resource to prepare students with the non-clinical skills to begin a career in health care.
- Mind Mapping Exercises
- Case Study Vignettes
- Classroom Activities
- Issues for Discussion
- End-of-Chapter Exercises
- Chapter Summaries
- Instructor’s Manual includes supplemental questions, pre-assessments, post-assessments, teaching tips and more
- 220 Slides in PowerPoint format
- 185 Test Bank Questions
About the Author
David J. Tipton, PhD is an Associate Professor of Pharmaceutical Administration and Director of Weekend Doctor of Pharmacy Pathway, Mylan School of Pharmacy, Duquesne University. Dr. Tipton received his BS Pharmacy from the University of Missouri (Kansas City), an MBA from the University of Missouri (Columbia), and a PhD from St. Louis University.