Reflective Reading for Allied Health Professionals

HCPC renewal

The HCPC requires you to do regular CPD to stay registered. Did you know you can get CPD credit towards your revalidation for reading a short article and discussing it with colleagues?

Aubrey Keep Library is running reflective reading sessions just for you to help you keep your registration. Please see below for the schedule of upcoming reflective reading group sessions.

Your task:

  • Read a short article in your own time
  • Attend the session and participate in a group discussion

Your reward:

  • Two hours of CPD time
  • Certificate of attendance
  • Material to write a reflective account

PLEASE NOTE: We are still looking for co-facilitators! If you would like to volunteer to co-facilitate a session, have a suggestion for a venue where a session could be run, or you have seen an interesting paper that you would like to discuss at a session, please contact Aubrey Keep Library, at library@nelft.nhs.uk or phone 0300 555 1200 ext. 64504

NEW for 2019: You can now take part in all our Reflective Reading sessions remotely, via WebEx online conference. Just click the "Register for WebEx" next to the session you want to attend remotely and fill in your name and email address to be able to take part.

To take part in an online conference, you will need:

  • A computer (desktop or laptop)
  • A telephone (mobile or landline) for calling in, or a headset for your computer if calling in via computer
  • An internet connection

Upcoming Sessions: Please note the change of date in November!

 

Date and time

Location

Article

Book

Tuesday 26 November 2019, 1500-1600

ONLINE ONLY

Shouldering the burden of evidence-based practice: The experiences of physiotherapists partaking in a community of practice
Musculoskeletal Science and Practice, Volume 28, April 2017, Page e4
K. Mccreesh, L. Larkin, J. Lewis

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1356689X16307639/pdfft?md5=5593ba8c22eb40b0cbe85b9b84254cd2&pid=1-s2.0-S1356689X16307639-main.pdf

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Tuesday 10 December 2019

ONLINE ONLY

Coaching Mothers of Children with Autism: A Qualitative Study for Occupational Therapy Practice
Lauren Foster, Winnie Dunn & Lisa Mische Lawson
Physical & Occupational Therapy In Pediatrics Volume 33, 2013 - Issue 2 253-263
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.3109/01942638.2012.747581?needAccess=true

Book my place

Articles can be accessed with your NHS OpenAthens account but we can also email them to you.

To book your place on a session, please contact Aubrey Keep Library, at library@nelft.nhs.uk or phone 0300 555 1200 ext. 64504.