Diversity: Caring for patients from different backgrounds, includes cultural awareness, responsiveness and engagement with communities; diversity within the healthcare workforce.
Ethics: Using ethical frameworks and reasoning to justify a course of action in response to ethical conflict or uncertainty in medical practice.
Global, Population & Public Health: Organized efforts at the global, national, state, or local level to prevent, identify, preempt, and counter threats to the public’s health.
Health Equity : Addressing unequal and unjust health outcomes across different populations.
Healthcare Systems: Patient care quality improvement, patient safety, value based care, accountable care.
Interprofessional Education (IPE)/ Communication: Learning about, with, and from other healthcare professions to enable effective collaboration and teamwork in patient care across the health care continuum.
Lifelong learning: Identifying and monitoring one own’s knowledge and performance gaps while implementing strategies, including the use of evidence based medicine and reflection, to close these gaps.
Professionalism: A set of values, norms, and expectations within the medical profession that constitute a covenant with society.
Social Determinants of Health: The factors that influence and impact health including social/cultural structures.
Systems Improvement: Health system management, health policy, health economics and financing, and health care delivery system structure.