The Continuing Professional Development of Physicians : From Research to Practice

The Continuing Professional Development of Physicians : From Research to Practice

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 394 p.
  • 言語 ENG,ENG
  • 商品コード 9781579474034
  • DDC分類 610.715

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The continuing professional development (CPD) of physicians, formerly called continuing medical education, greatly expands what physicians can do with the help of educational experts to provide optimal patient care. The Continuing Professional Development of Physicians: From Research to Practice takes the concept of CPD, which has been adopted by the American Medical Association, and turns it from theory into practice as an agent for positive physician performance change. In 16 chapters edited and organized into three major sections, 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 emphasized, and specific examples of ways to help the self-directed learner can be found throughout. The Continuing Professional Development of Physicians embraces a broad view of lifelong learning for physicians.All who are dedicated to assisting physicians in that learning and improving health care will find the book to be forward-looking, comprehensive, thought-provoking and informative.

Table of Contents

Foreword
Phil R. Manning
Introduction: A Clinical Thematic 1 (8)
Dave Davis
Robert Fox
Barbara E. Barnes
Karen Costie
The Horizon of Continuing Professional 9 (16)
Development: Five Questions in Knowledge
Translation
Dave Davis
Robert Fox
Barbara E. Barnes
Forces for Change in the Landscape of CME, 25 (24)
CPD, and Health Systems-Linked Education
Dennis K. Wentz
Marcia J. Jackson
Linda Raichle
Dave Davis
SECTION I DECIDING WHAT TO DO 49 (64)
Barbara E. Barnes
A Clinical Thematic: Deciding What To Do 51 (4)
Dave Davis
Robert Fox
Barbara E. Barnes
Karen Costie
The Population Perspective: Linking CME to 55 (12)
Population Needs
Geoffrey M. Anderson
Adalsteinn D. Brown
Performance of Health Professionals to 67 (14)
Determine Priorities and Shape Interventions
Jocelyn Lockyer
Identifying the Needs of the Individual 81 (16)
Learner
Craig M. Campbell
S. Tunde Gondocz
Determining Needs from the Perspective of 97 (16)
Institutions or Organizations Providing Care
Joseph S. Green
James C. Leist
SECTION II DECIDING HOW TO FACILITATE 113(128)
CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Dave Davis
A Clinical Thematic: Deciding How to 115(6)
Facilitate Continuing Professional
Development
Dave Davis
Robert Fox
Barbara E. Barnes
Karen Costie
How to Facilitate Self-Directed Learning 121(24)
Karen V. Mann
Mark H. Gelula
Individualized Learning Strategies 145(24)
John T. Parboosingh
Mary Carol Badat
Douglas L. Wooster
Learning in Large and Small Groups 169(22)
Linda Casebeer
Robert M. Centor
Robert E. Kristofco
Continuing Professional Development in the 191(14)
Learning Organization
Nancy L. Bennett
Robert Fox
Using Technology in Continuing Professional 205(16)
Development
Barbara E. Barnes
Charles P. Friedman
Feedback and Reminders: Tools for Change in 221(20)
the Practice Setting
Nancy L. Bennett
Robert Fox
Dave Davis
SECTION III DECIDING ABOUT EFFECTIVENESS 241(120)
Robert Fox
A Clinical Thematic: Deciding What Was 243(6)
Done and How Well It Was Done
Dave Davis
Robert Fox
Barbara E. Barnes
Karen Costie
A Framework for Outcomes Evaluation in the 249(26)
Continuing Professional Development of
Physicians
Donald E. Moore, Jr
Methods, Tools, and Techniques of Evaluation 275(42)
Penny A. Jennett
Lynne B. Sinclair
R. Van Harrison
Advancing the Body of Knowledge: Evidence 317(24)
and Study Design for Quality Improvement
Paul E. Mazmanian
Integrating Theory and Practice: Toward 341(20)
Practical Scholarship and Scholarly Practice
Robert Fox
Dave Davis
Barbara E. Barnes
Appendix A: Resources---Books and Articles 361(25)
Index 386