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Honor and Professionalism Advocacy Council (HPAC). Developed by AAMC Organization of Student Representatives (OSR) . What is the HPAC?. The Honor and Professionalism Advocacy Council (HPAC) is a student accountability and professionalism advocacy group.

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honor and professionalism advocacy council hpac

Honor and Professionalism Advocacy Council (HPAC)

Developed by AAMC Organization of Student Representatives (OSR)

what is the hpac
What is the HPAC?
  • The Honor and Professionalism Advocacy Council (HPAC) is a student accountability and professionalism advocacy group.
  • It represents a confidential, low-stakes arena where professionalism concerns can be addressed by student peers through the use of anonymous Early Concern Notes (ECN).
who are the hpac members
Who are the HPAC members?
  • The HPAC consists of a Chair, Vice Chair, and four other student members representing each academic class:
    • MS2: Sarah Khayat, (Co-chair), Jeff Merz
    • MS3: Seth Sklare, Kelsey Gregory
    • MS4: Farah Nasraty (Chair), Greg Shaw
  • MS1 members will be chosen by application/interview process in Spring 2014
why was the hpac developed
Why was the HPAC developed?
  • The HPAC developed out of a need for a formalized process to address student professionalism concerns.
    • Address professionalism early
    • Foster climate of professionalism in both the classroom and the clinic
    • Avoid poor professionalism mentions in letter for residency
    • Improve patient care and peer relationships
what is an early concern note
What is an Early Concern Note
  • The Early Concern Note (ECN) is an online form than can be submitted by faculty, residents, and students to address professionalism concerns
  • This form is available online and is username/password protected
  • ECN submission is anonymous, however identifying information WILL be available to committee members
how do i submit an ecn
How do I submit an ECN?
  • Online form available at:

http://louisville.edu/medschool/studentaffairs/ecn

HPAC@louisville.edu

how does the hpac work
How does the HPAC work?
  • The HPAC meets bimonthy and as needed to address the most recent ECN submissions
  • Every case is reviewed by the Chair and Vice Chair and then assigned to an HPAC member
  • Student is contacted to meet with the committee to address and respond to concern
  • Committee makes recommendations for the future
what are the implications
What are the implications?
  • 1st ECN – HPAC with peer-to-peer mentoring
  • 2nd ECN – HPAC refers to Assistant Dean of Student Affairs (Dr. Mittel)
  • 3rd ECN – Student Promotions Committee and recurrent professionalism issues to be included in letter for residency