• 1 Universiti Sains Malaysia


Professionalism is considered as one of the most inspiring as well as challenging proficiency to teach and evaluate, because of its multifaceted and context-specific nature. This paper defines an orderly and useful escort on how to incorporate the problem-based learning (PBL) as a teaching and assessing modality, within a course of medical professionalism. While answering Harden’s 10 questions, course planners shall find this approach doable, allowing them to design and utilising this in an undergraduate medical education context. An enlightening approach, as this will prepare our students to be future professional doctors, equipped with all necessary professionalism attributes, in our fast varying professional environment.