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Centering EDI in Medical Research

CPD’s new 10-part digital series: Centering EDI in Medical Research, promotes the integration of EDI-related considerations in research design and practices to achieve a more equitable, diverse and inclusive health care system. Led by academics, clinician-scientists, EDI practitioners and social justice advocates, the series examines various aspects of current and emerging priorities in health care […]

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The New CPC (HC) Credential

CPD is pleased to announce a formal designation for those engaged professionally in the discipline of CPD and in creating CPD programs: the Certified Professional in CPD (Healthcare) (CPC (HC)) credential. Awarded by the Coalition for Physician Learning and Practice Improvement, the CPC (HC) recognizes the achievement of those engaged in CPD as leaders, program […]

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Strengthening the Patient-Practitioner Relationship with Narrative-Based Medicine

Knowingly, and unknowingly, many stories are told in medicine–a patient tells a story about their symptom or concern and their practitioner responds with a remedy and treatment plan, creating a narrative. Understanding how to listen, give feedback, and ultimately gain insight from reflection, more effectively addresses patients’ needs and concerns, and thereby practitioner fulfillment. Offered […]

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Many CPD programs are accredited Royal College and College of Family Physicians credits. CPD also maintains a reciprocal agreement with the AMA and EUMS/EACCME. Learn about the various types of credits.

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