Professor Warwick Bagg's inaugural lecture - 'Evolving careers and curriculum: the changing face of medicine' Event as iCalendar

09 August 2017

5:30 - 7pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre 505-007, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences

Location: 85 Park Ave, Grafton Campus

*RSVP by Friday 4 August by clicking here *

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W Bagg

Our annual inaugural lecture series provide a way for our faculty to celebrate and recognise the mark of distinction conferred by the University when it awards the title of professor.

Join us to celebrate the inaugural lecture of Professor Warwick Bagg.

 

‘Evolving careers and curriculum: the changing face of medicine’

Medical careers evolve over time adapting to changes in knowledge, attitudes and beliefs in order to meet society’s changing needs. This is Warwick’s personal story of a challenging career and facilitating change within the medical programme.

 

Biography:

Warwick Bagg is a professor of medicine in the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of Auckland, appointed as Head of the Medical Programme in 2009. Between 2010 and 2015, Warwick worked with academic and professional staff and students to design and implement the reinvigorated medical programme. In 2015 he was the recipient of the University of Auckland’s Leadership in Teaching Excellence Award for his broad leadership of undergraduate medical education. Warwick's research interests are in medical education and endocrinology. He works clinically as an endocrinologist.

 

 

Invite open to FMHS staff and students

Date: Wednesday 9 August, 5.30-7pm

Venue: Lecture Theatre 505-007, Grafton Campus

 

Prior to the inaugural lecture, we will gather in the atrium for a cocktail function as a further recognition of Professor Bagg's achievements.



Please RSVP by Friday 4 August by clicking here

*We have a large number of inaugural lectures this year.  To avoid confusion we ask that when you RSVP, you state which inaugural lecture you will be attending.

 

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