Seminar: Medicine - who cares?
4 October 2012
Medicine tends to get a bad press from academics, managers and the media. It is accused of being too powerful, out of touch with patients, lacking in compassion, overly expensive, and failing to maintain standards of care and safety. On the other hand, doctors remain among the most highly trusted of professionals.
Hosted by the Centre for Values, Ethics and the Law in Medicine
Time: 9am - 5pm
Location: Refectory, Holme Building, University of Sydney
Cost: $120 per person
Contact: Linda Gaze