Higher Professional Education for General Practitioners

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2003 - Physicians - 182 pages
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Higher Professional Education for General Practitioners is a practical guide on the best ways to plan educational and vocational training needs throughout professional practice. It clearly outlines the underlying issues surrounding the introduction of higher professional education (HPE) enabling newly qualified professionals to focus on areas that they feel less competent in, and areas that require additional training. In an easy-to-read format it provides all the necessary information to assist readers undertaking HPE, and for all those setting up educational programmes for newly qualified GPs in the first year after their vocational training scheme.
 

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Contents

What do trainers offer that has lasting value?
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the bits that vocational
39
Educational needs assessment
61
continuing professional development
85
Curriculum planning
103
Action learning and learning groups
125
Planning and delivering education and learning
147
Conclusions
165
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