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Please note: Final approval will depend on proof of completion of the activity. The Medicine and the Humanities Committee may ask for further reflection and/or information before granting the final number of approved credits. A separate application must be made for the special project required for the Certificate of Excellence in Medicine and the Humanities.
Interprofessional education activity
Aesculapian Society or Student interest group activity
Faculty of Medicine organized initiative
The reflective process involves a number of steps. As you reflect and construct your ePortfolio post, consider the following steps:
a. What were the essential elements of the experience (event/situation)? How would you describe it?
b. What were your initial thoughts and feelings about this experience?
a. What questions does this experience raise for you as a future physician?
b. What answers are you exploring?
a. What conclusions are you drawing from your reflection?
b. How will these affect your future practice/behavior?
c. What goals and/or future plans do you have as a result of this reflection?