Table 2

Thematic Content of Professionalism Narratives Within the teaching and learning environment domain

Theme

%377

Subcategory

#Pos

#Nag

#Hyb

#Tot*


8. Creating an (un)welcoming environment

4.0

a. Respecting colleagues/learners from lower hierarchies

2

9

1

12

b. Being tolerant to mistakes, providing constructive feedback and evaluations

1

0

1

2

c. Included and acknowledged as a medical student

0

0

1

1

d. Judgmental environment

0

0

0

0


9. Capitalizing on teaching opportunities

3.4

a. A leader who teaches--asks questions, explains, spends time, learns

6

1

1

8

b. Using opportunities to teach values and manners

2

0

0

3

c. Giving safe and structured responsibilities

0

0

2

2


10. Learning from peers

0.0

a. Fellow student teaching and helping other students (demonstrating teamwork)

0

0

0

0

b. Fellow student relating to a patient as a person

0

0

0

0

c. Taking care of fellow colleagues

0

0

0

0


11. Dealing with attending/staff or self expectations

0.3

a. Unclear expectations from attending and staff

0

1

0

1

b. Self expectations as a professional

0

0

0

0


12. Paying attention to students' needs

0.0

a. Attuned to students' personal needs/life situation

0

0

0

0

b. Caring for students

0

0

0

0


13. Having space to conduct private conversations

0.3

No subcategories

0

1

0

1


14. Demonstrating honesty and integrity

0.0

No subcategories

0


*The total number of narratives exceeds 377 because a single story may have been classified more than once under different thematic categories.

Bernard et al. BMC Emergency Medicine 2011 11:11   doi:10.1186/1471-227X-11-11

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