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CPD in practice: Methodological aspects Volume 9, issue 2, février 2013

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These four examples have a common thread, which is the one of the CPD: ­ case report and analysis of the practices; ­ confrontation with “evidence based” data; ­ interactive brainstorming for creation of tools usable for practice; ­ feedback; ­ acquisition of a “generic” method, adaptable to all the situations. We may add that the self-management is the magic word, regulatory contingencies possibly not come clearly on a small part of the process. To the exclusive service of quality and safety of care, but as “secondary gain” significant wellness doctors, well in their job, at ease with themselves...