This CPD report describes the outcomes of the 6 disciplines of Clinical Physiologists the RCCP audited against our Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Standards between April 2017 and March 2019.
Kelly St Pier, RCCP Registrar, discusses the challenges and opportunities for Continuing Professional Development during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.
RCCP CONTINUING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AUDIT REPORT 2017 Continuing professional development (CPD) can be defined as a broad range of activities that a person undertakes or participates in, in order to maintain, improve or develop their knowledge and skills to the benefit of the practitioner, those that work with and most importantly the patient.
Occasionally due to unavoidable circumstances, you may need to ask to defer (put off) your audit - find out more here
Not sure what your limitations on prescribing are? - find out more here
Every second year we will be randomly auditing a sample of registrants so make sure you are collecting your evidence - find out more here
RCCP standards require that a registrant must follow some simple rules
Find our more about CSci here but please note that ANS is currently the only discipline that offers a CSci route
If you have a query about M Level contact the representatives for the modalities of Neurophysiology, GI Physiology & Sleep Physiology. Currently there are no representatives in the other disciplines