Advancing learning to advance pharmacy practice

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Journal of the American Pharmacists Association

First published: 20 November 2017

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.japh.2017.11.002

Michael j. Rouse, Coralynn b. Trewet, Kristin k. Janke

Objective: The objectives of this commentary are to: 1) describe advancements in the continuing professional development (cpd) model over the last decade; 2) detail an updated cpd cycle; and 3) describe how practitioners’ adoption of the cpd approach may facilitate the advancement of pharmacy practice.

Methods: The six components of reflect, plan, learn, evaluate, apply and record/review, described in a revised depiction of the cpd cycle, have evolved over the last ten years alongside the evolution of the profession of pharmacy.