The general practice jigsaw: the future of education, training and professional development
The General Practice Jigsaw provides comprehensive and up-to-date information on the future of education, training and professional development in general practice and primary care. It is an anthology of work produced by many of the leading figures in general practice across the United Kingdom. General practice now faces challenges that could be seen as threatening the way it traditionally operates, but can also be seen as presenting opportunities. This book provides inspiration and guidance to its readers and fuel for the challenges ahead. It shares knowledge and best practice on education, teaching and professional development, drawing on examples from local, regional and national projects. It is essential reading for general practitioners involved in education and training, for everyone who needs to know how revalidation and professional development will influence them, and for all members of primary health care teams who want to be involved in shaping the primary care organisations of the future. Contents: The Patient's perspective Best evidence medical education Devolution Information management The pre-registration year Vocational training for general practice Continuing professional development Supporting poorly performing doctors Clinical governance Revalidation A health service of all the talents: the future of workforce developments in the NHS.
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