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What CPD Should Really be About

Discussion in 'Teaching and Learning' started by Craig Payne, Oct 8, 2010.

  1. Craig Payne

    Craig Payne Moderator

    Articles:
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    Good on the GP's in Australia for getting this right:
    From 6 minutes (pdf file)

    This is what I have been arguing for for years!:
    Should CPD/CME be compulsory?

    Its not about points for hours sitting at a conference ... its about changing patient outcomes.
     
  2. smiley

    smiley Welcome New Poster

    The HPC in the UK would kick that out really quick. Can true care result from legislative coercion?
     
  3. Footoomsh

    Footoomsh Active Member

    Hi All,

    In reference to continuing education I was wondering what other members think of this situation. I was sent a couple of emails from our state association informing me about an upcoming Webinar on how to develop your podiatry practice i.e. earn more, work less, provide good service etc. So I enrolled and when I logged on at the appropriate time I realised after a while that it was really a marketing session for a reasonably expensive business mentoring program that you could sign up for at the end of the webinar.
    Any thoughts??
     
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