75. Learning on the run - Practical strategies for physician learning

R. Bankey, C. Campbell


As a part of the Center for Learning in Practice’s (CLIP) mandate, a white paper series on topics of relevance to the educational needs of fellows was developed. The first in this series of white papers, was one entitled: Lifelong Learning White Paper - Supporting Physician Lifelong Learning: Strategies, Tools and Recommendations. This white paper focused on a variety of themes including the concept of ‘learning on the run’, which means that learning takes place wherever you are and occurs on a daily basis over the course of one’s work routine. In other words, learning and the learning context is driven by one’s practice context as well as by one’s own career goals and needs. The center for learning in practice is currently producing a series of thematic monographs/booklets for physicians based on the white papers, the first of which is entitled: Learning on the run- practical strategies for physician learning. The purpose of these monographs are to assist physicians with their learning and practice needs and contain a section on how tools and programs within the Maintenance of Certification (MOC) program can enhance and contribute to physician learning strategies. This poster details the content of a draft monograph on ‘learning on the run’ for physicians to use and comment on. These comments will be used to refine and enhance the monograph in order for CLIP to disseminate it more widely across North America. The monograph can also be accessed under CLIP’s section of The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada website - http://rcpsc.medical.org/clip/index.php

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25011/cim.v30i4.2809


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