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CPD The HERE and NOW. RPSGB. CPD Cycle. What do we mean by Reflection on practice ?. Thinking about things Putting events into context Looking in a mirror. Reflection on practice: Some top tips!. “What do I need to learn?” “Why do I need to learn it?”

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what do we mean by reflection on practice
What do we mean by Reflection on practice?
  • Thinking about things
  • Putting events into context
  • Looking in a mirror
reflection on practice some top tips
Reflection on practice: Some top tips!
  • “What do I need to learn?”
  • “Why do I need to learn it?”
  • What do I need to change for the better - my Knowledge, my Skill or my Attitude (or all three!)?
reflection on practice things to think about
Reflection on practice: Things to think about

Listening to your organisation

Feedback from friends, colleagues and others



Questions from patients/clients

Browsing publications and other media

Examining knowledge and skills gaps that need to be plugged

Questions from colleagues

Analysis of important incidents and events


Taking time to think

Local and national policies and priorities

Looking at syllabuses or competency frameworks

Being open to suggestion

Personal Development Plan

what do we mean by planning
What do we mean by Planning?
  • Working out what you need to do
  • Thinking ahead
  • Making time to do things
planning some top tips
Planning: Some top tips!
  • “How am I going learn what I need to learn?”
  • “What’s the best way of learning for me?
  • “When do I need to learn it?”
  • “Who can help me to implement my plan?”
  • “What happens if I don’t learn it?”
  • Be creative!
what do we mean by evaluation reflection on learning
What do we mean by Evaluation (reflection on learning)?
  • Did I learn what I set out to learn?
  • Was my plan efficient? Could I have learned it better, faster, cheaper??
  • Has it made a difference to my work?
  • What do I need to do next?
making a record top tips
Making a record: top tips
  • Work your way round the CPD cycle
  • Use the questions in the ‘Plan and Record’ template as a structure for your record
  • You are recording learning - usually manifest as changes to your practice
  • Your record is about you so do write about yourself!
  • Your record is a living document - think about how it can support your development
cpd standards guidance
CPD Standards & Guidance
  • Implemented under the Code of Ethics
  • Draft standards and guidance took effect March 1, 2009
  • Call & review started July, 2009 now calling 400 records every 2 weeks
  • Provisions for breach of the Code
cpd standards
CPD Standards
  • Keep a record of your CPD that is legible; either electronically online at the Society’s website www.uptodate.org.uk, on another computer or as hardcopy on paper and in a format published or approved by the Society and carrying the RPSGB CPD approved logo.
  • Make a minimum of nine CPD entries per year which reflect the context and scope of your practice as a pharmacist or pharmacy technician.
  • Keep a CPD record that complies with the good practice criteria for CPD recording published in Plan and Record by the Society.
  • Record how your CPD has contributed to the quality or development of your practice using the Society’s CPD framework.
  • Submit your CPD record to the Society on request..
cpd good practice guidance
CPD Good Practice Guidance
  • You should maintain a learning portfolio with records of attendance and key learning points from continuing education and notes of other learning e.g. through work, This will provide a useful resource for reference. (The learning portfolio is a personal record of professional development that can provide evidence for your CPD record).
  • You are likely to learn more than you need to meet the Society’s CPD requirement through working as a pharmacists or pharmacy technician. You should aim to complete more than the minimum number of CPD entries each year and reflect on your practice at least once per month.
  • You should make some CPD entries that start at reflection.
  • You should ensure that your CPD record is up to date.
You should take part in and record CPD that results from a range of learning activities that is relevant to your practice as a pharmacist or pharmacy technician and is, overall, relevant to pharmacy.
  • There is no defined activity requirement, however as a guide, the following activities may lead to learning that could be included in a CPD record.
    • learning knowledge and skills on conferences and courses;
    • practice-based learning including feedback from patients and audit;
    • analysis and review of critical incidents;
    • self directed learning, including reading, writing and undertaking research;
    • learning with others including peer review;
    • interactions with other healthcare professionals;
    • giving lectures and writing publications and the design and delivery of training courses; and other activities that result in learning relevant to practice.
  • Use Plan & Record – online system recommended
  • Prepare for Call & Review
  • Await GPhC Rules

Learn & Record that you may Improve!