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Title: Pop Quiz

Pop Quiz
What is this characters name?
and this character...?
and finally...?
Collectively know as....?
Professionalism Probing Probity
  • Hannah Mike

Learning Objectives
  • By the end of the session trainees should be able
  • Define Probity
  • Demonstrate an understanding of how the this
    principle may affect their practice/conduct.
  • Be able to apply this professional standard to a
    variety of clinical and non-clinical scenarios in
  • Maps to Curriculum point 3.3
  • Clinical Ethics and Values-Based Practice

Session Outline
  • Warm up with short cases in large group
  • Introduction of the principle of probity
  • Long cases in small groups
  • Feedback to large group on long cases
  • Wrap up

Warm Up
  • Case 1
  • A good friend, whose father has been admitted to
    RSH, asks you to find details of his illness as
    the hospital will not tell her anything over the
    telephone. She is on holiday abroad and needs to
    know whether to return home early. Do you.....

Case 1
  1. Decline politely, explaining that this would be a
    breach of confidentiality.
  2. Ask you friend to confirm in writing that you
    have her permission to ask for information.
  3. Tell your friend that you will ask her father
    whether he will discuss his case with you.
  4. Tell your friend that you will discuss her
    situation with her fathers consultant.

  • Case 2
  • During a discussion with a VTS colleague in the
    mess, you notice a bag of marijuana has fallen
    out of his/her bag. Do you.....

Case 2
  1. Inform the GMC as it is not appropriate for any
    doctor to take drugs since it can endanger
  2. Seek his/her reassurance that they are not using
    the drug and tell them that you will keep quiet
    about the incident if they destroy it.
  3. Have a discussion with your colleague about the
    incident to understand what the situation is.
  4. Report the incident to the clinical director.
  5. Ask how much they will sell you an 1/8th oz. for.

  • Case 3
  • One of the nurses you used to work with in
    another practice tells you that one of her
    colleagues was very drunk at the Christmas party
    and was heavily flirting with a paramedic who was
    also at the party. The partners were not present
    by this point in the evening. Do you.....

Case 3
  1. Do nothing.
  2. Approach the nurse and tell her that by making a
    fool of herself, she acted unprofessionally.
  3. Have a word with one of the partners.
  4. Contact her senior at the PCT about the issue.
  5. Get her number and invite her out for a drink.

  • GMC Good Medical Practice
  • 56. Probity means being honest and trustworthy,
    and acting with integrity this is at the heart
    of medical professionalism.
  • 57. You must make sure that your conduct at all
    times justifies your patients' trust in you and
    the public's trust in the profession.

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Probity (cont.)
  • Providing and publishing information about your
    services (paragraphs 60-62)
  • Writing reports and CVs, giving evidence and
    signing documents (paragraphs 63-69)
  • Research (paragraphs 70-71)
  • Financial and commercial dealings (paragraphs
  • Conflicts of interest (paragraphs 74-76)

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long cases
feedback from long cases
Passport Application
  • 63. You must be honest and trustworthy when
    writing reports, and when completing or signing
    forms, reports and other documents.
  • 64. You must always be honest about your
    experience, qualifications and position,
    particularly when applying for posts.
  • 65. You must do your best to make sure that any
    documents you write or sign are not false or
    misleading. This means that you must take
    reasonable steps to verify the information in the
    documents, and that you must not deliberately
    leave out relevant information.

Drink Driving
  • 58. You must inform the GMC without delay if,
    anywhere in the world, you have accepted a
    caution, been charged with or found guilty of a
    criminal offence, or if another professional body
    has made a finding against your registration as a
    result of fitness to practise procedures.

Poker Playing
  • 72. You must be honest and open in any financial
    arrangements with patients. In particular
  • c. you must not encourage patients to give, lend
    or bequeath money or gifts that will directly or
    indirectly benefit you

Threatening Neighbour
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