Embracing Inclusivity in Publishing Health Professions Education Research: So What and Who Cares
- A2 – 4 (By MMA)
The pursuit of scholarly activities such as research leads to publication in health professions education which facilitates personal and professional growth as educators. There is a propensity for publication to focus on journals that have a strong emphasis on English language and first world. Henceforth, inclusivity in publishing health professions education research is important based on diverse and multi-faceted perspectives and practices. This workshop offers insights into embracing inclusivity in the publication of health professions education research.
At the end of the workshop, participants should be able to:
- Discuss the importance of inclusivity in Health Professions Education publishing.
- Apply useful tips on successful Health Professions Education publishing.
Professor Dr Ian Geoffrey Wilson
FRACGP (The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners),
PhD in Primary Care Mental Health (University of Adelaide)
Associate Editor for: The Clinical Teacher BMC Medical Education
PLoS 1, Education for Primary Care, BMC Medical Education,
Medical Education, Focus on Health Professional Education,
Medical Journal of Australia,
Australian Journal of Rural Health
REGISTRATION FEE (inclusive of SST)
|Group Registration (≥10 people)
|RM160 per person
- Any cancellation of registration must be made in writing to the Secretariat of Embracing Inclusivity in Publishing Health Professions Education Research: So What and Who Cares.
- There will be a full refund of registration fee for cancellation made by 6 November 2023.
- There will be a 50% refund of registration fee for cancellation made before 6 December 2023.
- There will be a 30% refund of registration fee for cancellation made before 23 December 2023.
- There will be no refund of registration fee for cancellation made on 23 December 2023 and thereafter.
- The organiser reserves the right to cancel or change the topic or trainer of the workshop, if for whatever reasons beyond its control, the workshop cannot be held as scheduled or the topics need to be altered.