According to Ms Caroline Strevens “Many professionals work in stressful and unpredictable environments and long working hours in a highly pressurised environment will lead to human error. However, it is the response to error that can carry significant ethical and professional consequences for both individual and professional organisations if the response includes malfeasance or deceit.”
In this workshop on 18 December, speakers including legal and hospital professionals as well as academic colleagues, will look in detail at the various approaches the disciplinary tribunals of the medical, dental and legal professions; compare the regulatory landscape and the role of insurance; and to seek agreement around tenets of best practice for educators of the professional of the future who will be working in these stressful environments.
The workshop is free. To book your place, please go to the Eventbrite booking page: https://professionalerror.eventbrite.co.uk
Date: 18 December 2019 | Wednesday
Time: 10:00am – 3:00pm
Location: Future Technology Centre, 4th Floor, Portland Street, Portsmouth, PO1 3AH
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This workshop is hosted by Ms Caroline Strevens Head of Portsmouth Law School and Reader in Legal Education and supported jointly by the Health & Wellbeing and Democratic Citizenship Themes.