Professions and Professionalism

Professions and Professionalism (P&P) is an open-access journal that invites research-based empirical, theoretical or synoptic articles focusing on traditional professions as well as other knowledge based occupational groups approached from any perspective or discipline.

The journal creates a space for development of the research field, prioritizing no single theoretical horizon or methodological approach. All articles will be peer-reviewed.

The journal is supported by the Joint Committe for Nordic research councils in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NOS-HS).

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Article Prize

The American Board of Internal Medicine has awarded the top annual professionalism article price to Lawrence P. Casalino and Francis J. Crosson: Physician Satisfaction and Physician Well-Being: Should Anyone Care? Professions and Professionalism 5(1) 2015.

Call for papers: We welcome submissions for subsequent issues. 


Vol 6, No 2 (2016): Special Issue: Professional-Citizen Relations

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Gitte Sommer Harrits, Lars Thorup Larsen


Lars Thorup Larsen
Aukje Leemeijer, Margo Trappenburg
Barbara Fersch
Gitte Sommer Harrits

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Tracey L. Adams
Devin Rexvid, Lars Evertsson