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Center for Professional Health

 About the Center

The Vanderbilt Center for Professional Health (CPH) was established in 1998. Our mission is to provide education and training to physicians and other healthcare professionals and to promote professionalism and professional health and wellness.

  1. Our purpose is to: (See figure 1.)
    1. Promote professionalism and professional health and wellness.
    2. Provide professional development courses within professionalism.
    3. Collaborate with regulatory boards, Physician Health Programs( PHP), academic health centers, and other community resources to support our common missions.
    4. Disseminate results and outcomes nationally and internationally.
    5. Conduct research and contribute to the body of evidence related to professionalism and professional health and wellness, as well as, measure outcomes and effectiveness of courses, materials/tools and professional behaviors.
    6. Demonstrate a professional and relational work environment.
  2. Our core values are to promote professionalism and the professional health and wellness of healthcare providers and to provide services and resources to healthcare institutions. (See figure 2.)
  3. Our Motto: Promoting Professionalism & Healthy Relationships

Americans with Disabilities Act

It is the policy of Vanderbilt School of Medicine and the Center for Professional Health not to discriminate against any person on the basis of disabilities. If you feel you need services or auxiliary aids mentioned in this act in order to fully participate in this continuing education activity, please call the Center for Professional Health @ 615-936-0678.

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