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Reporting

Professionalism is an attribute and competency demanded of all physicians and an important component of the College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. Medical schools have a responsibility for the initial professional education of their students and for assisting in the development of professional attitudes and attributes among these students. 

Anonymous Reporting System for Duty Hours Violation and Student Mistreatment 

To make an anonymous report, click here.

Physicianship and Professionalism Advocacy Program (PPAP)

Professionalism is an attribute and competency demanded of all physicians and an important component of the College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University. Medical schools have a responsibility for the initial professional education of their students and for assisting in the development of professional attitudes and attributes among these students. The basic components of professional behavior can be clearly defined and monitored during the medical education experience. Forms and procedures initially developed at the University of California San Francisco (Academic Medicine 2004 79: 244-249) have been validated and adopted by an increasing number of medical schools, residency programs and professional organizations (AAMC, ACGME, ABIM, ABMS, AMA). The Physicianship and Professionalism Advocacy Program (referred to as "PPAP") establishes a process used to monitor, evaluate and improve, and commend the professional behavior of medical students at the College of Medicine.

To review the College of Medicine’s policy describing the PPAP in its entirety click here.

Below are the links to the forms in the PPAP:

Email srealini@health.fau.edu with questions regarding the program.



Last Modified 9/29/17