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The effectiveness of continuing professional development: a report prepared on behalf of College of Emergency Medicine, Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians and Manchester Metropolitan University.

Schostak, Jill and Davis, Mike and Hanson, Jacky and Schostak, John F. and Brown, Tony and Driscoll, Peter and Starke, Ian and Jenkins, Nick (2009) The effectiveness of continuing professional development: a report prepared on behalf of College of Emergency Medicine, Federation of Royal Colleges of Physicians and Manchester Metropolitan University. General Medical Council/Academy of Medical Royal Colleges.

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Abstract

This report is based on research carried out for a GMC study into the effectiveness of Continuing Professional Development (CPD). It has involved non-training doctors from staff grades to senior consultants, including those primarily involved in management, CPD provision and assessment; and institutional officials, such as in Deaneries and universities, across a range of specialties to determine their understanding of: their own learning, or the learning of other doctors within their organisations ; how this learning relates to conceptions of CPD, its provision and its uptake ; effective CPD The research was conducted by a team comprised of clinicians and educators. The intention was to interview medical practitioners, educators and managers regarding their experiences from various expert points of view, supplemented by, and contrasting with, data collected by a more quantitative methodological approach.

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