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· Displays altruism
· Has concern for the well-being of the patient at the center of professional practice
· Proactively helps patients achieve benefit from their medications appropriate for student's year in professional program and is committed to their welfare
· Proactively pursues evidence to improve patient care and professional practice as appropriate for student's year in professional program
· Demonstrates active listening and appropriate nonverbal communication skills appropriate for student's year in professional program
· Recognizes authority and works within the organizational structure
· Keeps commitments and appointments
· Completes assignments in a timely manner
· Gives timely requests for excused absences or special accommodations
· Follows practice site specific policies and procedures
· Meets deadlines for provision of documentation of immunization status, TB testing, etc
· Provides leadership (formal and informal) in the profession, community, and health care teams to improve pharmacists' role in optimizing medication use

Honesty and Integrity
*Maintains patient trust
*Adheres to Standards for Professional Conduct including appropriate attire, attendance policies, commitment to pharmacy care, use of professional language, and acting
in civil manner
*Adheres to the HSOP Honor Code
*Adheres to pharmacy laws and ethical standards
*Follows HIPAA regulations
*Holds peers accountable for adhering to Standards for Professional Conduct, HSOP Honor Code, pharmacy laws and ethical standards, HIPAA regulations, and
*Standards of Practice (e.g., ASHP, APhA)

Commitment to Excellence
*Recognizes and communicates the limits of one's personal and professional practice capabilities
*Strives to teach and learn from others
*Appropriately assesses one's own performance and performance of peers
*Appropriately accepts constructive feedback
*Responds to feedback and makes appropriate changes in behavior
*Develops and implements self-learning plans based on identification of limitations

Respect for Others
*Demonstrates respectful behavior in all class and group activities
*Shows respect and care for others
*Models empathic behaviors in interactions with patients, families, caregivers, and other healthcare professionals related to provider-caregiver activities
*Reserves judgment of patients and other regardless of one's own personal moral, ethical, social, religious or other beliefs or background
*Acknowledges and respects that colleagues and other healthcare professionals may differ in beliefs and values
*Collaborates as an effective, efficient and accountable team member
*Demonstrates the ability to appropriately work with people
*Allows class to be conducted seamlessly and stopped only for immediate questions/clarifications that are pursuant to class material and emergency

Professional Stewardship
*Holds membership and actively participates in professional organizations
*Maintains vigilance of developments in professional practice (professional journals, meetings, etc.)
*Attends and participates in local, state and national meetings
*Participates in activities that promote the profession of pharmacy
     *Engages in advocacy for the improvement of patient care through pharmacy practice
     *Actively engages in solving public health issues that impact quality of life
*Proactively improves practice through participation in legislative and regulatory processes