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CDM II - Medical Student Misbehavior, Mistreatment, and Mentoring
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Includes cheating, plagiarism, taking credit for the work of another.
What are the most commonly observed medical student misbehaviors?
copying answers during a test, obtaining prior information concerning a test, or turning in someone else's work
Are men or women more likely to say they would turn in a classmate for cheating?
Are younger or older students more likely to say cheating is normal?
What percentage of students say that their personal code of ethics doesn't change over the course of medical school?
What percentage of medical students perceive that they've been taken advantage of or abused, and what percentage reports the mistreatment to authorities?
Do graduating students report feeling more or less cynical about academic life than when they started?
What percentage of students say they would have chosen a different profession if they knew about what was a head? How many wouldn't recommend the medical profession to their friends or family?
What is the Socratic Method?
Socrates professed ignorance of the subject and asked questions of other characters to result in a better understanding of the subjects
What is Medical Student Mistreatment?
Humiliation, verbal abuse, institutional abuse (unfair grades, excessive workload, unnecessary scut work), assignment of inappropriate tasks, physical abuse, sexual harassment, racial discrimination?
What is Mentoring derived from?
What are common medical student ethical dilemmas?
Performing procedures, being a team player, challenging medical routine, know the patient as a person, and witnessing unethical behavior
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