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Thank you if you were able to visit our 'Best Poster Presentation'
at the College of Occupational Therapists Annual Conference in Harrogate
28 -30 June 2016. We hope you enjoyed reading it and engaging with us. You can
support you with your individual CPD journey.
CPD is considered to be an essential complex concept which assures high quality
practice within health and social care (AHPP, 2003, HCPC,2012). In order that
CPD addresses this core objective, regulatory bodies state that health and social
care professionals should be engaged in the CPD process (HCPC, 2012; RCN, 2016).
A concept analysis (Walker and Avant, 2010), undertaken as part of a PhD produced
five defining attributes of CPD engagement, contextual to health and social care. Our poster presents these defining attributes of CPD Engagement and this free additional downloadable resource has been written to support you.
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