Soon after I retired from my clinical academic post I agreed to become Director of Continuing Professional Development (CPD) for a period of two years, in the hope that I might be able to play a part in ensuring that it becomes firmly established and accepted by psychiatrists as a whole. Having now completed one year as Director, it is gratifying to find the scheme accepted by so many. Nevertheless, I need to discuss what is perhaps the most pressing of all problems which I face. It concerns the various difficulties which have impeded full recruitment into the scheme.
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