Documenting CPD by JE75Rv

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									Documenting CPD
   Mark Williams
   Learning Club
 15 November 2006



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             Objectives
• To provide a summary of CPD and
  requirements for physiotherapists
• To promote CPD in the CTU
• To signpost resources available for
  facilitation of CPD
• To practise using resources provided for
  CPD


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               What is CPD?
• “CPD is a systematic, ongoing
  structured process of maintaining,
  developing and enhancing skills,
  knowledge and competence both
  professionally and personally in order to
  improve performance at work.” (CSP,
  2003)



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            What is CPD?
• “a range of learning activities through
  which professionals maintain and
  develop throughout their career to
  ensure they retain their capacity to
  practise safely, effectively and legally
  within their evolving scope of practise.”
  (HPC CPD definition, 2004)



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  Why do we need to do CPD?

• “All practising professionals want to
  develop their careers and strive for
  excellence. Quality, accountability and
  effective practice demand that you as a
  professional demonstrate that you are
  keeping abreast of new knowledge,
  techniques and developments related to
  your practice.”


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      Factors affecting the CPD
              Agenda:
• Professional: Role development, specialisation,
  autonomy, self-regulation, Rule 1/Code 1 of Code of
  Conduct, Continued HPC registration, standards of
  practice, accreditation of clinical educator’s scheme
• Organisational: Service delivery demands, role
  redesign/skill mix, competency frameworks,
  appraisal
• Political: Health Act 1999, Quality in the NHS, Clinical
  Governance, The NHS Plan, Agenda for Change and
  the Knowledge and Skills Framework
• Related areas: EBP, Audit, Clinical effectiveness,
  outcome measures, NSF’s, national competence
  frameworks
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        Who do we do it for?
        CSP Requirements
• CPD is obligatory through the CSP
  Rules of Professional Conduct and
  Code of conduct. Rule 1 and Code 1
  state that members should maintain and
  develop their ability to work safely and
  competently within their scope of
  practise.
• The CSP expects the establishment and
  maintenance of a portfolio of learning.
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        Who do we do it for?
        HPC Requirements
• The HPC CPD standards took effect
  from 1 July 2006.
• First audit of profiles is to take place in
  2008 (Don’t worry it’s for feet people!).
• Physiotherapists audited prior to
  renewing their registration in April 2010
• Expected to comply with the standards
  from their introduction.

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           HPC Standards
1. Maintain a continuous, up-to-date and
   accurate record of CPD activity
2. Demonstrate CPD activities are a mixture of
   learning activities
3. Ensure CPD contributes to quality of
   practice and service delivery
4. Seek to ensure CPD benefits service user
5. Present a written CPD profile upon request


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        Who do we do it for?
        CTU Requirements
• To comply with MRC GCP and ICH
  GCP, all members of staff must
  maintain a complete record of their
  ongoing personal development to
  demonstrate that they are competent to
  perform duties appropriate to their role
  in each trial.



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Who do we do it for?
     Yourself




               ?

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 Who is responsible for ensuring
    CPD is being conducted?
• CPD is based on individual
  responsibility, trust and self-evaluation
• However, employers do have a
  responsibility to support you with your
  CPD




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         Benefits of CPD
• Confident because you have the
  evidence to show that you can practice
  effectively.
• Capable because your CPD skills equip
  you to meet the changing demands of
  practice
• Competent because you have an up to
  date knowledge and skills base

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    How do I conduct CPD?
• Follow the CPD learning process in a
  structured way
• Undertake CPD activities appropriate to
  meeting identified learning needs
• Capture your learning from these
  activities in an appropriate way and
  store it in a portfolio of evidence
• Consider how what you have learned
  will impact on your practice

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    How do I conduct CPD?
• Link your development into your
  appraisal and personal development
  process
• Discuss with relevant colleagues what
  learning needs you have and what
  appropriate CPD activities are available
  to you to meet them.
• Employers can give advice and
  guidance.
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The CPD Process




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        What is a CPD portfolio?
• This is a private collection of evidence
  that demonstrates learning and
  development as well as a tool for
  planning future learning.
• It is more than a folder with some
  certificates in!




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What is the difference between a
 CPD portfolio and a profile?
• A profile is a public collection of
  evidence which is selected and
  extracted from your portfolio for a
  particular purpose and to present to a
  particular audience e.g. the HPC,
  prospective employer or higher
  education institution for accreditation.



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               HPC Profile
• Profiles for HPC re-registration should consist
  of:
• Front cover
• Contents page
• Summary of recent work/practice for the last
  2 years (max 500 words)
• Documentary evidence provided by the
  registrant to support statements about CPD
  made in the profile (max 1500 words).
• See example for clinical specialist
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          How do I make a CPD
               portfolio?
• Get a folder!
• Decide what CPD activities and evidence you
  want to include in your portfolio
• ? Section1 – Personal Information
• ? Section 2 – Personal development plan
• ? Section 3 – Professional Development:
  Current Activities
• ? Section 4 – Professional Development:
  Evaluation and Reflection
• ? Section 5 - Storage

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  What about my CTU Personal
       Development Folder?
• Congruous to your CPD portfolio.
• The purpose is to demonstrate you are
  competent to perform the duties appropriate
  to your role in the CTU.
• Needs to be continually updated.
• Recommendation that you maintain a log of
  internal and external training in your CTU PD
  folder.
• Appraisal and evaluation documents will be
  kept separately as these are personal
  documents.
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        When do I start my CPD
              portfolio?
• If not already, TODAY!
• No value in trying to recall incidental or
  informal training from the past – move
  forward
• Acceptable to just include proof of
  previous formal training e.g. certificates
  and then start documenting the
  complete CPD process from now.

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Section 1 – Personal Information
     Tips for updating your CV
• CSP CV Proforma is suitable for your
  portfolio/PD folder but not for applications
• It is not meant to tell the reader everything
  you have done since you qualified!
• Guide through the most relevant aspects of
  your academic, working and personal life
• Careers Service Guide and web:
  http://www2.warwick.ac.uk/services/careers/st
  aff/crs/

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          Section 2 – Personal
           Development Plan
• Identify your areas for development
• List what learning activities you are going to
  undertake to achieve this development
• State how the development links in with your
  individual needs, as well as those of your
  patients/clients and organisation
• Indicate the evidence that will show achievement of
  the learning in your plan
• Learning outcomes should fulfil SMARRT criteria:
  specific, measurable, achievable, realistic,
  resources and time bound.


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         Section 2 – Personal
        Development Plan Tools
•   Learning styles questionnaire
•   Skills for learning questionnaire
•   SWOT analysis
•   Key Skills for CPD
•   APPRAISAL




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   Section 3 – Current Activities

• Mandatory Training record e.g. moving and
  handling, fire training
• Internal Training Record
• Standard Operating Procedures sign-off form
• External Training Record
• Teaching/Facilitating Record
• Publications, abstracts, presentations
• Materials produced: forms, information,
  sheets/posters etc.
• Audit data


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       Section 4 – Evaluation

• Significant Incident form
• The importance of learning from
  success (example University Lecturer)
• Conference/seminar/study day/course
  evaluation
• Evaluation of critical appraisal process
• Learning outcomes information (useful
  words etc.)

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         Section 5 – Storage

• It is recommended that you audit your
  portfolio regularly and place in storage
  anything that isn’t relevant to this year.
• Storage of archived materials is
  recommended for ~ 5 years.




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CPD Activities in CTU




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Reflection on this session




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Questions?




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