Professional Disciplinary Tribunals: Research and Practice Conference, Auckland, 15 February
With the wisdom of Tribunal Chairs and expert speakers, this conference will illuminate common disciplinary issues across the health, education and legal professions.
Speakers and topics
The keynote speech by Professor Bernadette McSherry (Foundation Director of the Melbourne Social Equity Institute at the University of Melbourne) will address proceedings for mental health and substance use issues with an international perspective across professions. Legal colleagues from New South Wales will be contributing international wisdom.
The conference is dedicated to understanding how these New Zealand tribunals function:
Health Practitioners Disciplinary Tribunal
Education Council Disciplinary Tribunal
Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal
How health and mental health issues contribute to misconduct
Who receives name suppression and why
Patterns of misconduct in aged care facilities
Emerging debates on the Health and Disability Commissioner complaint process
Practising lawyers’ insights
International research on vulnerable clients and vulnerable lawyers
Who should attend?
The insights will be informative for Tribunal members, regulatory authorities, and those bodies that regulate the professions. We welcome lawyers, health providers, teachers, academics and students interested in disciplinary processes). By sharing knowledge across Tribunals, we aim to foster meaningful research with impact.
When: Friday 15 Feb, 8am - 5pm
Where: AUT City Campus, WG Building, 55 Wellesley Street East, Auckland
Cost: Student $100, earlybird: $350, standard: $450
Student registration: $100
Note for legal professionals: Continuing Professional Development 6.5 hours.
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Last updated on the 13th December 2018