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Title: A Journey from a PDP to Appraisal and Revalidation


1
A Journey from a PDP to Appraisal and
Revalidation
  • Dr Miles Mack

2
Introduction
  • What is a personal learning plan?
  • Why do you need one?

3
The Learning Cycle
4
Reflection
  • What is the scope of my job?
  • What knowledge/skills are required to do it?
  • Record of learning
  • Review of present posts and responsibilities

5
Reflection Record of Learning
  • Learning Log Sheets (previously PGEA Forms)
  • Audits
  • Significant event analysis
  • Conferences
  • Highland eJournal Club printouts
  • Reading
  • Log diary
  • Information Technology
  • Review of Last Personal Learning Plan

6
Reflection Review of posts and responsibilities
held
  • GP e.g.
  •  i.      Casualty
  •        ii.     Minor surgery
  •        iii.    Hospital beds
  •        iv.     Family planning
  • v.       GMS
  •        vii.    Deputy trainer/tutor
  • Practice management e.g.
  •       i.      Staff
  •        ii.      Practice agreement
  •        iii.     Health and safety
  • Other roles e.g.
  • i. New Trainers course facilitator
  • ii. Depression Advisor

7
Needs Assessment
  • Do I have any gaps?
  • How would I know?
  • 1 SWOT Analysis
  • 2 PUNs and DENs
  • 3 Log Diary
  • 4 Appraisal
  • 5 Mentoring

8
Learning Plan
  • 3 - 5 clear objectives
  • Specific
  • Measurable
  • Achievable
  • Resourced
  • Time bound

9
Learning Plan Example
  • Minor surgery
  • Topic To learn how to inject tendon sheaths
  • Specific Training
  • Measurable
  • outcome Starting to offer it to patients
  • Resources Half day at Sean Kellys outpatient
    clinic
  • Achievable ?
  • Timescale 6 months

10
Implementation (Portfolio)
  • Fulfil learning plan
  • Read BMJ and BJGP, posting relevant articles on
    the eJournal club
  • Keep diary of significant events (wee book/log
    diary)
  • Use PUNs and DENs to record and tackle
    learning needs as they happen
  • Record learning outcomes of educational events

11
How does this tie in with Revalidation
Appraisal?
  • 1 Reflection
  • Revalidation Form 2a and 2B Details of the Job
    You Do
  • Revalidation Form 3B(1) Review of Learning
    Activities

12
How does this tie in with Revalidation
Appraisal?
  • 2 Needs Assessment
  • You will need to consider this prior to Appraisal
    to write your Draft Learning Plan
  • The Revalidation Toolkit also has a useful
    Learning needs Matrix which might be of help

13
How does this tie in with Revalidation
Appraisal?
  • 3 Planning
  • A draft Learning Plan will need to be prepared
    prior to appraisal on Form GP Scot 2
  • This will be discussed at Appraisal before being
    included in the Revalidation folder

14
How does this tie in with Revalidation
Appraisal?
  • 4 Implementation
  • Learning Log sheets will be needed using Form
    3B(1) as evidence for revalidation
  • Occasional teachers will also need to complete
    Form 3E(1)

15
Key Principals 1
  • Terry Kemples rules
  • All our learning starts with a problem, so we
    only want solutions to problems we already
    have.
  • We learn by asking questions, so we want to
    participate actively in our learning.
  • We are busy people so we dont want our time
    wasted.
  • (BJGP March 2000)

16
Key Principals 2
  • Learn just in time
  • Not just in case

17
Key Principals 3
  • What criteria I would want
  • my plan assessed on?
  • Is it SMART
  • Is it objective
  • (needs as well as wants)
  • Is it comprehensive
  • (covers all the areas of my work)

18
The Learning Cycle
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