Guide to Postgraduate Medical Education

  • ID: 2221564
  • Book
  • 172 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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GP education is developing and changing rapidly. But it is often difficult for GPs to find their way through the maze of what is available and know how to enter this process system. This text provides advice and information to anyone considering further career development and education in general practice and to those who are confused by recent methods of continuing medical education. The authors also give a perspective on the importance of training.
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Introduction and history; current structures; undergraduate training – the "groundwork"; vocational training – the hospital component; vocational training – the practice component; vocational training – completion, accreditation and assessment; the MRCGP examination; continuing medical education; reaccreditation; audit and quality assurance; academic general practice; the European dimension; technical innovations – distance learning; the future.
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Brian Keighley
T. Stuart Murray
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