5 January 2018

‘Sometimes I don’t feel like an osteopath at all’- a qualitative study of final year osteopathy students’ professional identities

Research suggests that professional identity has implications for standards of professionalism, patient care and work satisfaction. Professional identity develops during professional education and continues into working life. While osteopaths’ professional identities and conceptions of practice have been outlined, the professional identities of osteopathic students are yet to be elucidated. The objectives of this study are to explore and describe final year osteopathy students’ professional identities and their development … ABSTRACT

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