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CPD portfolios and personal development plans: why and how?

  • Josanne Holloway

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It is Government policy that increased attention should be given to the quality (as well as the quantity/efficiency) of clinical care. To achieve this, it has set national standards through the National Service Framework for Mental Health (NSF–MH; Department of Health, 1999a) and the National Institute for Clinical Excellence (NICE).

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CPD portfolios and personal development plans: why and how?

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