Out of print.
This text takes the concept of continuing professional development and turns it from theory into practice as an agent for positive physician performance change.
In 16 chapters, more than two dozen noted contributors from throughout the medical education field consider how forces driving the evolution of the physician workforce are affecting the approach to lifelong learning. The importance of physicians reflecting on their clinical experience to direct their learning is emphasised, and specific examples of ways to help the self-directed learner can be found throughout.
Embraces a broad view of lifelong learning for physicians.