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'Theorizing the professions: technology, education and regulation'
Date: 16 June 2009 Time: 11.00 - 17.00 pm
Lancaster Professions Network Workshop
Venue: Lancaster Environment Centre, Lancaster University
11:00: Opening Address:Prof. Mike Reed, Cardiff University'Engineers of Human Souls, Faceless Technocrats or Merchants of Morality?: Changing Professional Forms and Identities in the Face of the Neo-Liberal Challenge'
Session 2: Education and the professions
13:30: Dr. Helen O'Sullivan, Director, Centre for Excellence in Developing Professionalism, University of Liverpool"Professionalism in Medical Education"
14:15: Prof. Julian Webb, Warwick University"Accomplishing Professionalism: Educating professionals in a post-professional world"
15:00 Refreshment break
Session 3: Regulation and the professions
15:30: Sally Aldridge, Head of Regulatory Policy, British Association of Counselling and Psychotherapy"The jurisdictional battle in the psychological therapies: the role of patriarchy and regulation"
16:15: Prof. Frank Stephen, Head of School of Law, Manchester University"'Legal Services Act 2007: Reshaping the nature of professional regulation?"
Who can attend: Anyone
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