This book reflects an entirely new approach to the professional development of doctors - an approach involving a much broader range of skills and techniques than that implied by continuing medical education.;Traditional medical education is limited by its concentration on updating and increasing knowledge rather than acquiring new skills. In addition, there is very little evidence that the traditional methods work. In this book, the authors explain why a completely new approach is needed to help doctors and their practices function more effectively. A wide range of activities are described, including strategic planning, improving consultation skills portfolio-based learning and the use of mentors and facilitators.;Professional Development in General Practice is a practical guide to an approach to professional development which will be at the heart of training and development in the primary health care team for many years to come. Case studies are included, as well as advice on how and when this approach should be used, and the authors conclude with a look towards the future.;This book is intended for general practitioners, GP tutors, regional advisers, and course organisers. Also trainers and trainees in vocational training, audit facilitators, and Medical Audit Advisory Group members

Professional development in general practice - David Pendleton

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Title
Professional development in general practice
Author
David Pendleton
format
Paperback / softback
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Language
English
UK Publication Date
19960701

This book reflects an entirely new approach to the professional development of doctors - an approach involving a much broader range of skills and techniques than that implied by continuing medical education.;Traditional medical education is limited by its concentration on updating and increasing knowledge rather than acquiring new skills. In addition, there is very little evidence that the traditional methods work. In this book, the authors explain why a completely new approach is needed to help doctors and their practices function more effectively. A wide range of activities are described, including strategic planning, improving consultation skills portfolio-based learning and the use of mentors and facilitators.;Professional Development in General Practice is a practical guide to an approach to professional development which will be at the heart of training and development in the primary health care team for many years to come. Case studies are included, as well as advice on how and when this approach should be used, and the authors conclude with a look towards the future.;This book is intended for general practitioners, GP tutors, regional advisers, and course organisers. Also trainers and trainees in vocational training, audit facilitators, and Medical Audit Advisory Group members

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Type
BOOK
Keyword Index
Primary care (Medicine) - Great Britain.|Health care teams - Training of - Great Britain.
Country of Publication
England
Number of Pages
180

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