Examples of health practitioners’ approaches to planning and evaluating CPD

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Bayes, Sarah, Devey, Lisa, Bidgood, Síobhán, Gilbert-Hunt, Sue, Acker, Joe and Gleadhill, Kearney. (2017) Examples of health practitioners’ approaches to planning and evaluating CPD. In In Andre, Kate, Heartfield, Marie and Cusack, Lynette (Ed.). Portfolios for health professionals pp. 98-123 Elsevier Australia.
AuthorsBayes, Sarah, Devey, Lisa, Bidgood, Síobhán, Gilbert-Hunt, Sue, Acker, Joe and Gleadhill, Kearney
EditorsAndre, Kate, Heartfield, Marie and Cusack, Lynette
Abstract

[Extract] Midwives in Australia are employed in a wide range of roles. Some roles require the application of the entire range of fundamental midwifery knowledge and skills, while in others the midwife uses only some aspects of their practice (see Box 7.1). Midwives’ professional development must be directly related to their practice context and knowledge deficits. The continuing professional development plan that each midwife develops will be different from those of their colleagues.

Page range98-123
Year2017
Book titlePortfolios for health professionals
PublisherElsevier Australia
Place of publicationChatswood, Australia
EditionThird edition
ISBN9780729542029
Scopus EIDs2.0-B9780729542029000079
Web address (URL)https://www.clinicalkey.com.au/nursing/#!/content/book/3-s2.0-B9780729542029000079
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