Submission ID 68799

Code WFV-1
Category General Call (Workshop, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation)
Type Workshop
Title The CFPC's Professional Learning Plan: Optimize your CPD!
Rationale/Background The past year has shown us how sudden change can pose immense challenges to the way we practice medicine and plan for the future. Having a solid strategy-whether it's for optimal patient care, office efficiency, or your next CPD activity-is one way to approach some of this uncertainty. Using a process that encourages you to reflect on your patient population and practice needs to set specific CPD goals is a great way to start. That is why the CPD team at the College of Family Physicians of Canada (CFPC) is pleased to share the new Professional Learning Plan (PLP)! Built on evidence-based literature, the PLP is a Mainpro+ certified assessment activity that is both practical and interactive. This tool is designed to help you identify your learning gaps, create goals to help close those gaps, and support you in following through with your plan! Be prepared to dive into the PLP during this interactive session and emerge with a fresh take on planning your CPD goals that will revitalize your enthusiasm for new learning opportunities!
Instructional Methods Introduction to PLP tool, case study with audience interactivity/CPD goal planning/working with a peer or coach to determine goals and actions/how to write a commitment to change statement/Q+A
Target audience Mainpro+ Participants, physicians
Learning Objective At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to: 1. Use the new PLP to identify practice gaps and establish clear goals to meet your personal and professional learning needs. 2. Create a plan for your next Mainpro+® cycle with relevant continuing professional development (CPD) opportunities. 3. Make use of the tools demonstrated in the workshop to inform long-term strategies for practice improvement.
Keyword 1 CPD/CME
Keyword 2 Mainpro+
Keyword 3 Assessment
Level of Training CPD (faculty development, CME)
Abstract Themes Continuing Medical Education
Additional Theme (First choice) Assessment
Additional Theme (Second Choice) Leadership
Additional Theme (Third Choice) Professionalism
Authors Dr. Janice Harvey, The College of Family Physicians of Canada
Zarreen Warsi, The College of Family Physicians of Canada

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