Does Increased Practitioner Age Affect Patterns of Notifications to the Medical Regulator?
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CAMERA (Collaboration for the Advancement of Medical Education Research and Assessment invites you to this research seminar by Professor Eleanor Milligan.

Professor Milligan is an experienced, solution focused leader with recognised local, state and national outcomes and abilities in healthcare ethics, organisational culture and professional regulation.

Her strengths are strategic leadership; internal and external stakeholder engagement; learning and teaching; research; and operational management. 

A collaborative, diligent and innovative thinker, she has 25 years' experience across a range of sectors including healthcare ethics, education, academia and professional regulation. She has grown and implemented cultural change, identifying and effecting strategic imperatives in large, diverse and complex organisations, driving sustainable improvement in these fields. 

Her strong multidisciplinary academic background in Philosophy (PhD, BA (Hons) 1st), Education (Grad Dip Ed) and Science (BSc Biochem) support her work across various fields.

The seminar starts at 12:15 and is free to attend but booking is required as lunch will be provided. 

Please email camera.pupsmd@plymouth.ac.uk to book a place and confirm any dietary requirements you may have. The seminar venue will be notified on booking.

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