Education – the dawning of a new era?

Br J Cardiol 2004;11:495-6 Leave a comment
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The Calman Review of 1998 recognised that continuing medical education through the postgraduate education allowance scheme (PGEA) had failed to deliver improvements in patient care. Instead, continuing professional development (CPD) has been put forward, which is intended to identify and fulfil learning needs. The primary care team itself is recognised to be a valuable learning resource.

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