The term "professionalism" describes how we behave and function within our roles as a clinicians or student clinician. Clinical training provides us with technical know-how, while professionalism training teaches us how to manage our responsibilities, and how we function and behave in and around the workplace.
No - the conference is aimed at all healthcare professionals and students. Every perspective matters, and it's very important that everyone has a voice to shape our training in this important aspect of practice.
We welcome submissions on any aspect of professionalism, including formal research as well as less formal reports of work-in-progress, reflections on professional experiences, and descriptions of programmes to support professional development at any level.
We have applied for external CPD approval via the Royal College of Physicians. Certificates will be available to all delegates who attend the event.
A limited number of funded places are available. Priority will be given to those with accepted abstracts. Funding will cover the cost of conference registration. We are unable to provide funding for travel, accommodation or other costs of attending the event.
Our platinum sponsors are the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Our registration system is sponsored by the British Medical Association. We are very grateful to our sponsors for helping make this event possible. Sponsors have no editorial control over the conference programme, content or website.
The conference is being held at Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow city centre. The hotel is located within the same building as Glasgow Central Station, for convenient travel connections. Discounted overnight accommodation is available to delegates. For more information and other travel details please visit the venue page on our website.