The GP's Guide to Personal Development Plans
This eagerly awaited new edition has been updated and expanded, and contains new material on assessing Personal Development Plans (PDPs). It provides a framework for general practitioners to demonstrate they have engaged in appropriate educational activity, essential for revalidation. The author employs his perspective as a full-time general practitioner and GP tutor to show how PDPs can be produced and used, and includes practical exercises, advice, examples and straightforward summaries. This guide is essential reading for every GP and GP tutor.
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