Professionalism: Developing
Learners, Workers and Citizens for
the Future
Julie Gahimer PT, HSD
Professor, Physical Therap...
pro·fes·sion·al·ism
noun prə-ˈfesh-nə-ˌli-zəm, -ˈfe-shə-nə-ˌli- : the
skill, good judgment, and polite behavior that is
ex...
21st Century…
Learner?
Worker?
Citizen?
“Learner”
• Values Inventory Assessment (VIA free tool)
• Professional Development Project (Samples)
• Class Code of Profe...
Values Inventory Assessment (VIA)
Professional Development Project
PTPP 538 Interprofessionalism
Make a graphic representation (i.e. something you could put...
One Year Goals Five Year GoalsProfessional Development Plan
Mission Golden Rule Philosophy Mission
• Highest standard of
p...
DPT Class 2011
CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT
•
• Be accountable to myself and others
– Be reliable, trustworthy, and respec...
Class Code of Conduct
KSPT Class of 2012
• “Golden Guidelines”
We, the KSPT Class of 2012 has established that we will str...
Cultural Competence (Purnell Model)
“Worker”
• Core Values of the APTA
• Generic Abilities/Inabilities of the APTA
• A Hog on Ice and Other Curious Expression...
Core Values of the American Physical
Therapy Association
• Accountability
• Altruism
• Compassion/Caring
• Excellence
• In...
Generic Abilities (May, 1997)
1.Commitment to Learning
The ability to self-assess, self-correct, and self-direct; to ident...
Generic Abilities (May 1997)
6. Problem Solving
The ability to recognize and define problems, analyze data, develop and
im...
Factors that Contribute to Generic
Inabilities
• Silence
• Misunderstanding of Motivations
• Academic and Clinical Educati...
A Hog on Ice and Other Curious
Expressions
• On one’s high horse
• Take the bull by the horns
• Wear one’s heart on one’s
...
The Maturity Continuum
Steven Covey
The Four Generations
Boomers
34%
Gen Xers
18%
Millenials
33%
Silents
15%
Silents (1933-1945) Gen X (1965-1976)
Boomers (19...
Generational Differences
1940s
23
1950s
24
1960s
25
1970s
26
1980s
27
1990s
28
2000s
29
Fish Philosophy
• BE THERE
– The power of active listening
• CHOOSE YOUR ATTITUDE
– Leave problems at home, share stories
...
United States Department of Labor
Professionalism Activities
• Communication
• Enthusiasm/attitude
• Teamwork
• Networking...
All I Really Need to Know I Learned in
Kindergarten, Robert Fulghum
1. Share everything.
2. Play fair.
3. Don't hit people...
“Citizen”
• 7 Dimensions of Wellness
• The Eight Irresistible Principles of Fun
• The Value of Time
• Lifelong Learning
The 7 Dimensions of
Wellness
The Seven Dimensions of
Wellness
“Your” 7 Dimensions of
Wellness
1. Physical
2. Emotional
3. Spiritual
4. Intellectual
5. Psychological
6. Social
7. Enviro...
Physical Wellness
Brain Rules, John Medina, 2008
Emotional Wellness
One Small Step Can Change Your Life
Robert Maurer, 2014
• Think small thoughts
• Think small actions
• Solve small problem...
The Kaizen Philosophy
• Kaizen means "improvement"
• Japanese workplace philosophy which focuses
on making continuous smal...
One Small Step Can Change Your Life
Robert Maurer 2014
Spiritual Wellness
The Rhythm of Life
Matthew Kelly, 2004
• The “classroom of silence” can be
deafening
• Being the “best version of yourself...
Intellectual/Vocational Wellness
Information Overload
• “What information consumes is rather
obvious: it consumes the attention of the
recipients. Hence, a...
Your Attention Please
Paul B. Brown, 2006
• Information age is only about 30 years old
• Can barely remember a time before...
Attention Dysfunctions and Ailments
of Our Time
1. Multitasking mania- everything is being speedily and
simultaneously acc...
Psychological Wellness
A Whack on the Side of the Head
Roger Van Oech, 1992
1. The Right Answer
2. That's Not Logical
3. Follow the Rules
4. Be P...
Social Wellness
The Fred Factor
Mark Sanborn, 2004
• Postman who delivers exceptional customer
service
• Everyone makes a difference
• Suc...
Environmental Wellness
Choosing Civility
PM Forni, 2002
1.Pay attention to others and listen attentively
2. Speak kindly to and of others and do ...
We want to share with our readers some Irresistible Principles of Fun. Read this
presentation and more………
Eight Irresistible Principles of Fun
Michael Bungay Stanier
1. Stop hiding who you really are.
2. Start being intensely se...
Time
• Telling time
• Time flies when you are having fun
• The best of times
• The worst of times
• In my time
• Being on ...
Time
• I don’t have time
• The time is right
• Time changes things
• Remember the time
• Loosing time
• Take the time
• Ti...
Places To Educate Yourself
• MIT, Tufts, Harvard Medical, Yale, Open
Courseware
• Khan Academy
• Itunes U
• YouTube.edu
• ...
Mark Twain said it well……..
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  1. 1. Professionalism: Developing Learners, Workers and Citizens for the Future Julie Gahimer PT, HSD Professor, Physical Therapy University of Indianapolis July 18, 2014 COBEC Conference
  2. 2. pro·fes·sion·al·ism noun prə-ˈfesh-nə-ˌli-zəm, -ˈfe-shə-nə-ˌli- : the skill, good judgment, and polite behavior that is expected from a person who is trained to do a job well
  3. 3. 21st Century… Learner? Worker? Citizen?
  4. 4. “Learner” • Values Inventory Assessment (VIA free tool) • Professional Development Project (Samples) • Class Code of Professional Conduct • Cultural Competence
  5. 5. Values Inventory Assessment (VIA)
  6. 6. Professional Development Project PTPP 538 Interprofessionalism Make a graphic representation (i.e. something you could put up on your wall) of your mission, philosophy, goals, and plan. You can utilize concept maps, Inspiration 7.6 software, tables, or any other graphic organizer. Be creative, and make this a tool you will LIKE to use! Develop 1- year and 5- year professional goals. How do these goals fit within the context of the goals of your work setting (i.e., your employer, corporation etc.) and your personal life (family, home, spiritual etc.)? Develop a plan that meets these goals. Integrate the following topics from this course within your plan: Contemporary Health Care System, Ethical Decision Making, Professionalism and Professional Behaviors, Cultural Competence, Novice to Expert, Evidence- based Practice, The Future, other areas of interest
  7. 7. One Year Goals Five Year GoalsProfessional Development Plan Mission Golden Rule Philosophy Mission • Highest standard of practice • APTA vision 2020 • Evidence-based practice • Develop state of the art PT/OT gym • Advocate for patients and PT. Dept. needs • Treat people with dignity and respect • Ensure individualized treatment programs • Promote cultural competence • Develop a formal mentoring program • Foster a learning environment for PT staff/students • Patient advocacy within the changing healthcare system • Compassion and altruism • Excellence • Commitment • Professional Duty • Promoting health and wellness • Evidence- based practice ProfessionalismProfessionalism tDPT Student DPT Graduate • Complete 3 DPT courses • Provide 5 basic NDT workshops for novice PT/OT therapists • 1 guest lecture or presentation on TBI • Volunteer in sports clinics for high school/ SIU athletes • DPT with direct access • Clinical decision making • Provide routine guest lectures/ presentations on TBI • Become Clinical Director at CCS • Publish an article in a PT journal
  8. 8. DPT Class 2011 CODE OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT • • Be accountable to myself and others – Be reliable, trustworthy, and respectful in class and in groups – Demonstrate responsibility and integrity with learning • Adhere to the highest standards – Eager to learn; active in the learning process – Demonstrate creativity and flexibility – View learning opportunities as positive experiences – Willing to take risks for learning; push yourself • Respect different perspectives – Respect individual differences and opinions – Value the benefit of a well-rounded education – Be open-minded to other viewpoints • Facilitate a supportive environment – No classmates left behind – Accept and provide praise and constructive feedback – Collaborate with and mentor peers and others – Communicate openly with peers and faculty – Create an environment where we can learn and take risks • Promote the school, program and profession – Volunteer work – Clinical experiences • Maintain a personal balance – Have a sense of humor – Relax and have fun – Become ridiculously good at 9-square!!
  9. 9. Class Code of Conduct KSPT Class of 2012 • “Golden Guidelines” We, the KSPT Class of 2012 has established that we will strive to demonstrate the following values in our daily lives as students. We commit to: Active engagement in the learning process Self-motivation; willingness to ask questions and try new things; curiosity and a love of learning; willing to take risks; learn from mistakes and move on; love what you do Valuing what others have to teach us Open-minded to new ideas; willing to learn from others; respecting the contributions of others; listen well; seek constructive feedback Showing respect, caring and compassion for others Sensitive of others needs, appreciating differences in others Supporting each other Be a team player; help classmates and peers; be approachable; hold each other accountable; give constructive feedback to others Maintaining a balance in life Have fun; laugh; take a break when needed; optimism throughout
  10. 10. Cultural Competence (Purnell Model)
  11. 11. “Worker” • Core Values of the APTA • Generic Abilities/Inabilities of the APTA • A Hog on Ice and Other Curious Expressions • Steven Covey’s Maturity Continuum • Generational Differences • The Fish Philosophy • United States Department of Labor Activities • All I Ever Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten
  12. 12. Core Values of the American Physical Therapy Association • Accountability • Altruism • Compassion/Caring • Excellence • Integrity • Professional Duty • Social Responsibility
  13. 13. Generic Abilities (May, 1997) 1.Commitment to Learning The ability to self-assess, self-correct, and self-direct; to identify needs and sources of learning; and to continually seek new knowledge and understanding. 2. Interpersonal Skills The ability to interact effectively with patients, families, colleagues, other health care professionals, and the community and to deal effectively with cultural and ethnic diversity issues. 3. Communication Skills The ability to communicate effectively (i.e., speaking, body language, reading, writing, listening) for varied audiences and purposes. 4. Effective Use of Time The ability to obtain the maximum benefit from a minimum investment of time and resources. 5. Use of Constructive Feedback The ability to identify sources of feedback and seek out feedback and to effectively use and provide feed back for improving personal interaction
  14. 14. Generic Abilities (May 1997) 6. Problem Solving The ability to recognize and define problems, analyze data, develop and implement solutions, and evaluate 7. Professionalism The ability to exhibit appropriate professional conduct and to represent the profession effectively. 8. Responsibility The ability to fulfill commitments and to be accountable for actions and outcomes. 9. Critical Thinking The ability to question logically; to identify, generate, and evaluate elements of a logical argument; to recognize and differentiate facts, illusions, assumptions, and hidden assumptions; and to distinguish the relevant from the irrelevant. 10.Stress Management The ability to identify sources of stress and to develop effective coping behaviors.
  15. 15. Factors that Contribute to Generic Inabilities • Silence • Misunderstanding of Motivations • Academic and Clinical Education Disparities • Anti-Role Modeling Behavior
  16. 16. A Hog on Ice and Other Curious Expressions • On one’s high horse • Take the bull by the horns • Wear one’s heart on one’s sleeve • Put the cart before the horse • Small fry • To get cold feet • To rain cats and dogs • To break the ice • To go scot free • To hold the bag • An Achilles heel • Till the cows come home • To turn the tables • In hot water • To sweat blood • A big shot • The lion’s share • Between the devil and the deep blue sea • To split hairs • The spill the beans • To bark up the wrong tree
  17. 17. The Maturity Continuum Steven Covey
  18. 18. The Four Generations Boomers 34% Gen Xers 18% Millenials 33% Silents 15% Silents (1933-1945) Gen X (1965-1976) Boomers (1946-1964) Millennials (1977-1998)
  19. 19. Generational Differences
  20. 20. 1940s 23
  21. 21. 1950s 24
  22. 22. 1960s 25
  23. 23. 1970s 26
  24. 24. 1980s 27
  25. 25. 1990s 28
  26. 26. 2000s 29
  27. 27. Fish Philosophy • BE THERE – The power of active listening • CHOOSE YOUR ATTITUDE – Leave problems at home, share stories • MAKE THEIR DAY – Acts of kindness • PLAY – Grounded in the concept of possibilities, we only use 4 buttons on the remote with 150 functions – Natural energy is impossible to resist
  28. 28. United States Department of Labor Professionalism Activities • Communication • Enthusiasm/attitude • Teamwork • Networking • Problem solving/critical thinking
  29. 29. All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten, Robert Fulghum 1. Share everything. 2. Play fair. 3. Don't hit people 4. Put things back where you found them. 5. CLEAN UP YOUR OWN MESS. 6. Don't take things that aren't yours. 7. Say you're SORRY when you HURT somebody. 8. Wash your hands before you eat. 9. Flush. 10. Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you. 11. Live a balanced life - learn some and drink some and draw some and paint some and sing and dance and play and work everyday some. 12. Take a nap every afternoon. 13. When you go out into the world, watch out for traffic, hold hands, and stick together. 14. Be aware of wonder. Remember the little seed in the Stryrofoam cup: The roots go down and the plant goes up and nobody really knows how or why, but we are all like that. 15. Goldfish and hamster and white mice and even the little seed in the Styrofoam cup - they all die. So do we. 16. And then remember the Dick-and-Jane books and the first workd you learned - the biggest word of all - LOOK.”
  30. 30. “Citizen” • 7 Dimensions of Wellness • The Eight Irresistible Principles of Fun • The Value of Time • Lifelong Learning
  31. 31. The 7 Dimensions of Wellness
  32. 32. The Seven Dimensions of Wellness
  33. 33. “Your” 7 Dimensions of Wellness 1. Physical 2. Emotional 3. Spiritual 4. Intellectual 5. Psychological 6. Social 7. Environmental
  34. 34. Physical Wellness
  35. 35. Brain Rules, John Medina, 2008
  36. 36. Emotional Wellness
  37. 37. One Small Step Can Change Your Life Robert Maurer, 2014 • Think small thoughts • Think small actions • Solve small problems • Bestow small rewards • Identify small moments
  38. 38. The Kaizen Philosophy • Kaizen means "improvement" • Japanese workplace philosophy which focuses on making continuous small improvements • The philosophy involves everyone in an organization • Kaizen urges everyone to make never-ending efforts for improvement
  39. 39. One Small Step Can Change Your Life Robert Maurer 2014
  40. 40. Spiritual Wellness
  41. 41. The Rhythm of Life Matthew Kelly, 2004 • The “classroom of silence” can be deafening • Being the “best version of yourself” • Life changes when our habits change • “Carefree timelessness”
  42. 42. Intellectual/Vocational Wellness
  43. 43. Information Overload • “What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of the recipients. Hence, a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention” Herbert Simon, the late Nobel laureate economist
  44. 44. Your Attention Please Paul B. Brown, 2006 • Information age is only about 30 years old • Can barely remember a time before personal computers, PDA’s, digital cable, TiVo, ipods, ipads, cellphones and all of the other devices that bring us a constant flood of data • Overloaded with information: email, texts, voicemail, tweets, Facebook messages, memos, newspapers, radios, television, ………
  45. 45. Attention Dysfunctions and Ailments of Our Time 1. Multitasking mania- everything is being speedily and simultaneously accomplished, while the reality is that nothing is being done 2.Hyperchoice syndrome- so much stuff, so little substance: information has become like junk food, brightly colored pieces of sugar, with absolutely no nutritional value (M&M) 3.Information anxiety- inability to deal with, understand, manipulate, or comprehend the epidemic of data that increasingly dominates our life 4.Attention deficit trait- brain overload, distractibility, inner frenzy, impatience 5.ADHD- recognized by the American Psychiatric Association, more than 8 million Americans
  46. 46. Psychological Wellness
  47. 47. A Whack on the Side of the Head Roger Van Oech, 1992 1. The Right Answer 2. That's Not Logical 3. Follow the Rules 4. Be Practical 5. Play is Frivolous 6. That's Not My Area 7. Don't Be Foolish 8. Avoid Ambiguity 9. To Err Is Wrong 10. I'm Not Creative
  48. 48. Social Wellness
  49. 49. The Fred Factor Mark Sanborn, 2004 • Postman who delivers exceptional customer service • Everyone makes a difference • Success is built on relationships • You must continually create value for others • You can re-invent yourself regularly • “Being a Fred” • “Identifying Fred’s in your life”
  50. 50. Environmental Wellness
  51. 51. Choosing Civility PM Forni, 2002 1.Pay attention to others and listen attentively 2. Speak kindly to and of others and do not speak ill 3. Consider how what you say, and how you say it, will affect others.
  52. 52. We want to share with our readers some Irresistible Principles of Fun. Read this presentation and more………
  53. 53. Eight Irresistible Principles of Fun Michael Bungay Stanier 1. Stop hiding who you really are. 2. Start being intensely selfish. 3. Stop following the rules. 4. Start scaring yourself. 5. Stop taking it all so damn seriously. 6. Start getting rid of the crap. 7. Stop being busy. 8. Start something.
  54. 54. Time • Telling time • Time flies when you are having fun • The best of times • The worst of times • In my time • Being on time • Time and time again • One step at a time • Hard times • Good times • Time saver • Time-clock • What time is it? • Time heals all wounds • There is no time like the present
  55. 55. Time • I don’t have time • The time is right • Time changes things • Remember the time • Loosing time • Take the time • Time is money • Running out of time • Wasted time • Time heals all wounds • Make good use of your time • Killing time
  56. 56. Places To Educate Yourself • MIT, Tufts, Harvard Medical, Yale, Open Courseware • Khan Academy • Itunes U • YouTube.edu • TeacherTube • SlideShare
  57. 57. Mark Twain said it well……..
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