What is SCoPE?
SCoPE is the Student Committee on Professionalism and Ethics. The committee is comprised of 18 students, 6 from each class MS 2-4, whose purpose is to promote a culture of professionalism and ethics at McGovern Medical School. The committee is responsible for weighing in on misconduct cases in the realm of professionalism and ethics. Additionally, the committee is charged with developing student-led initiatives in this arena. Anyone who has questions or concerns about professionalism are encouraged to speak with members of the committee at any time.
Mission of SCoPE
To promote the learning of the practice of medicine beyond medical knowledge to embrace the foundational ideals of physician professionalism and integrity, and to encourage respect and compassion for our future patients, colleagues, and ourselves.
Recognize a Student
Nominate a fellow student who represents the essence of professionalism and ethics that you feel should be embodied at McGovern Medical school for the Excellence in Ethics and Professionalism Award.
Apply to be a Member of SCoPE
As a member of SCoPE, you will take part in initiatives to promote professionalism at McGovern Medical School, give recommendations on hearings regarding student misconduct, and act as a sounding board for other students on matters of ethics and professionalism. In order to be eligible, you must be a second year student in good academic standing. If you are interested, complete the SCoPE Application and email your CV to email@example.com. Applications are due August 20th by 5:00 PM. Interviews will be held in August and September.
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- Chairperson – Alissa Chen, MS4
- Vice Chairperson – Kelsey Montgomery, MS3