A Practice-Related Educational Program has been developed to help the physician in primary practice meet the mounting pressures for continuing medical education. Based on analysis of his practice, the physician tests himself to identify areas of potential improvement. Learning resources appropriate to his educational needs are then made available to him at his home base. A follow-up test determines if the person's learning has been effective, and where further emphasis may be placed.
(JAMA 237:1346-1349, 1977)
Bowler FL, Brading PL, Burg FD, Finestone AJ, Hubbard JP. A Practice-Related Educational Program. JAMA. 1977;237(13):1346–1349. doi:10.1001/jama.1977.03270400050018
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