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Contributor:Frank Ascione
Administrative/Academic Title:Dean
Institution:University of Michigan College of Pharmacy
Other Contributors:Lynda Welage Nancy Mason Bruce Mueller University of Michigan College of Pharmacy Dr. Welage is now Dean, University of New Mexico College of Pharmacy
Title:Noteworthy Practice - Standard 23 - Michigan
Tool/Process Description:
Our College recently rewrote our Honor Code.  In our Honor Code we have a section on a Notice of Professional Concern where anyone (faculty, preceptors, other students) can report unprofessional behavior of a student or faculty member on a secure website where it is acted upon by an Associate Dean.  As we reflected on this program, we felt that we were missing "catching" students doing excellent and professional activities.  Rather than ignoring these great deeds, we added a Notice of Professional Commendation section to our website.  Here is where outstanding professionalism exhibited by Michigan students and faculty can be documented and appropriate positive feedback given to those individuals.
We probably get as many notices of commendation as we do of concern.  However, when we contact a student to tell them that a professional commendation has been put in their record, it really brightens their experience.
Our process / policy is attached.

Tool/Process Details:

Length of use:1-3 years
Requirements:A secure website that can send an email.
Adapted From:
Based on our professionalism concern notice policy.
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