Questions about how to develop and apply professionalism in the health care system getting more attention recently in the higher education. at the same time, challenges are present in both teaching and practice (Swick et al. 1999). According to Mason et al (2016), continues evaluation through out the curriculum is necessary way to monitor and identify the gap between teaching and practicing professionalism in medical education. The situation for us as a physiotherapist is that we are aiming to behave in a professional way linked to our the ethics, law, and framework set in our countries. The important question for me as a physiotherapist is how much this ethic, law, and framework linked globally. different socioeconomic and political facts can control the link. In sometimes, this control itself can be a challenge (Mason et al, 2016). Generally, terms like honesty, empathy, responsibility, and confidentiality most be identified clearly to the student in order giving him a clear view of what expected from him during physiotherapy practice. In other words, professionalism will help us in identifying the qualities, skills, and behavior expected from us in the practice setting.