The GP Trainer's Handbook

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2001 - Medical - 455 pages
If you can imagine it it will happen...if you can't you're out of it! This book is a white-knuckle ride. It drills down into what we are doing now and comes up in the future to see what comes next. The book is a commentary and a clarion call and an invitation to see round corners and a clarion call to respond to what's there. Roy Lilley has been speaking on Futureproofing around the world throughout the 'nineties. His aim has been to awaken managers entrepreneurs and anyone who will listen to the fact that the world is changing. Faster and faster like a spiral fundamentally and structurally leaving behand those who are unprepared. Thousands of people are now meeting the challenges Futureproofing presents. You decide - keep up or give up. If you have heard Roy Lilley speak on Futureproofing you will want this book ...if you have not yet heard him read it first.
 

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Contents

how do frCiners
8
Whot must
19
What is a GP trainer?
25
learning needs of registrars?
43
Needs assessment of attitudes
54
Tutorialbased exercises
76
Appendix to Chapter 4
91
Processrelated methods of curriculum
109
Delegation
206
Summary comments
212
process?
223
MRCGP examination
231
Appendix to Chapter 9
277
Whot information
281
References for trainers
290
Information technology IT
305

how
149
Appendix to Chapter 2
152
Feedback
157
Specific teaching tools
165
Planning the tutorial a skeleton guide
173
Summary comments
176
The what of management
200
how
319
Tips and tricks trainers uncut
323
Appendix A
337
References
441
Index
447
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