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TOOLS FOR CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT 2ND EDITION

ISBN: 9781856424240
Trim Size: 170 x 130
200 pages
Chia Swee Hong, Deborah Harrison
Publication date: 30/11/2011
Price: £15.99


  • A revised and updated edition with new chapters
  • The first section covers tools that provide a method of facilitating professional development and a means of recording it
  • The second focuses on process and covers the how and why of CPD
  • Written for allied health professions, but many methods have a wider application and will be useful for all healthcare professionals

 

About the Authors

 

Chia Swee Hong and Deborah Harrison are Lecturers in Occupational Therapy at the University of East Anglia, Norwich.

 

Table of Contents

 

Chapter 1 The place of portfolios within continuing professional development Rosie Mason

Chapter 2 SWOT/B analysis Jon Larner and Anne Guyon

Chapter 3 Critical incidents Chia Swee Hong and Anne Guyon

Chapter 4 Learning contracts in practice: their role in CPD Jon Larner and Anne Guyon

Chapter 5 Utilising radio and television media as a means for enhancing CPD Martin Watson

Chapter 6 Peer observation: a tool for continuing professional development Dawys, D et al

Chapter 7 Clinical reasoning as a CPD tool Richard Stephenson

Section 2: TOOLS/PROCESSES

Chapter 8 Reflection in personal development Nicola Spalding

Chapter 9 Using Journal Clubs as part of CPD activity Martin Watson

Chapter 10 Practice placement as evidence of CPD Catherine Wells, Suzanne McIntosh

Chapter 11 Spirituality and reflective practice Mick Collins

Chapter 12 Service improvement in Pre-registration Education Jon Larner, Julie Collier

Chapter 13 CPD Model Rosie Mason and Maggie McArthur

Chapter 14 The evolution of a state wide continuing education programme for allied health professional Schoo, AMM, et al

Chapter 15 Stakeholder perspectives on continuing professional development Eve Pringle, Ann Moore

Chapter 16 The HPC audit: a personal perspective Debbie Harrison et al

 

 

Review

 

"This book provides a valuable resource to help identify how to meet appraisal and revalidation requirements, by providing methods of facilitating professional development and means of recording it, addressing the needs of clinical governance. We recommend this book to students and all healthcare professionals who are looking for a succinct, no waffle, just to the point guide on continued professional development."  -  Firas Arnaout, Spinal Surgery News.