CHERI's Lorraine Hawick and Prof Cleland have a new publication out "Sending messages: How faculty influence professionalism teaching and learning" in Medical Teacher. The paper focuses on how hidden messages and contextual factors can enable or inhibit the translation of professionalism into curricula. Those involved in implementing professionalism must be reflective, keep the "hidden curriculum" in the spotlight to consider how presuppositions and prejudices of their cultural milieu may shape curricular outcomes. This work was done in conjunction with Prof Simon Kitto of Ottowa University, Canada.
New Paper: Sending messages: How faculty influence professionalism teaching and learning