BCIS Meetings Guidance

Recommendations for professional behaviour at BCIS meetings (July 2018)

Recommendations for professional behaviour at BCIS meetings (July 2018)

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Recommendations for professional behaviour at BCIS meetings (July 2018)

 

BCIS members have a responsibility to represent the speciality with professionalism, both in terms of their care and consideration for patients, and in terms of their interactions with other BCIS members. This responsibility is particularly pertinent in the context of BCIS activities – professional, educational, and social.

BCIS would like to have guidelines for the professional standards expected of its members. These apply to the content and conduct of educational activities, including lectures and debates, angiogram review sessions, case-based discussions and live or taped case demonstrations. They also apply to behaviour in general, and most specifically to interaction with other BCIS members and non-BCIS individuals, especially those who may be considered ‘junior’ in professional status.