Date of Award
Open Access Dissertation
Doctor of Education (EdD)
Educational Leadership and Policy Studies
Charles S. Hausman
Treva Gail Macy
This study examined DiSC behavioral style profiles and their indications of Communication and Professionalism for family medicine residents. DiSC profile reports, and ACGME Milestone Project Communication and Professionalism competency scores were used as predictive variables for the purpose of this study. Data were collected from the University of Kentucky Department of Family & Community Medicine residency program. The analysis of the results revealed that the "I" DiSC profile type scored the lowest Professionalism and Communication milestone scores among all four profile types. Further, "C" DiSC profile types scored the highest among all four profile types in Communication milestone scores; and "S" DiSC profile types scored the highest among all four profile types in Professionalism milestone scores. Recommendations for curricula policy and implications for future research are provided.
Copyright 2018 Jillian Marie Atherton
Atherton, Jillian Marie, "Behavioral Style Indicators of Communication and Professionalism in a Family Medicine Residency" (2018). Online Theses and Dissertations. 557.