A national symposium on the nature of professionalism is being held at the University of Warwick next month.
The event, taking place at Warwick Medical School on December 10 and 11, will bring together educators and researchers from a wide range of areas including allied health, education, medicine, social science and social work. Patients and service users are also invited to join the debate.
The conference is being organised to promote discussion, enable networking and explore common interests in terms of education and research.
Confirmed speakers include Professor Fred Hafferty, Professor in the Department of Behavioural Sciences at the University of Minnesota Medical School, Professor Julian Webb from the University of Warwick and Director of the UK Centre for Legal Education and Bryan Cunningham, Director of Quality Assurance and Enhancement in the Institute of Education at the University of London.
The Exploring Professionalism conference is being held in collaboration with Best Evidence Medical Education, the University of Warwick School of Health and Social Studies, Institute of Education and Warwick Law School.
Places are limited, for more information,contact Liz Winborn, email@example.com