The General Chiropractic Council (GCC) has published effective practice – reflecting on one’s actions in order to engage in a process of continuous learning – CPD guidance for chiropractors.
Writing on its website, the GCC said:
“Continuing Professional Development (CPD) is an essential part of a chiropractor’s professional life as it helps to maintain and enhance their professionalism by continually reviewing and updating their skills and knowledge. This, in turn, enables chiropractors to deliver high-quality care to patients and practise safely and effectively.
“Key to this process is the concept of reflective practice – reflecting on one’s actions in order to engage in a process of continuous learning. It can be thought of as ‘learning through reflection on doing’, and includes reflecting on what you have done (Reflection-on-Action), what you are currently doing (Reflection-in-Action) and what you plan to do (Reflection-for-Action) in the course of your professional development and clinical practice. The benefit is that you will maximise the learning value of your experiences.”
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