Health Professions Education Graduate Programs Are a Pathway to Strengthening Continuing Professional Development.

  title={Health Professions Education Graduate Programs Are a Pathway to Strengthening Continuing Professional Development.},
  author={Ronald M. Cervero and Anthony R. Artino and Barbara J. Daley and Steven J. Durning},
  journal={Journal of Continuing Education in the Health Professions},
The need to strengthen the preparation of individuals leading and providing continuing professional development (CPD) programs has grown dramatically within the current health care context. CPD is an integral part of the continuum of health professions education and cuts across the multiple disciplines and professions delivering health care. Each health care profession needs not only to keep up to date on new information within their specific discipline but also continue to develop and expand… 
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