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Continuing Professional Development and Lifelong Learning: Issues, Impacts and Outcomes
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Editors: Greg J. Neimeyer (Department of Psychology, University of Florida) Jennifer M. Taylor (Department of Psychology, University of Florida)
Book Description:
Through a variety of diverse perspectives, the authors delve into critical issues related to lifelong learning and professional development and invite the reader to consider the roles and functions of continuing professional development, the problems and prospects associated with mandating it, and the continuing quest to translate effective learning into competent practice that is dedicated to the welfare of the consumer, on the one hand, and the generation of improved outcomes, at the other. Interested readers will range from current consumers to trenchant critics of the current health care system. Anyone interested in improving health care services and developing best practices will find ample food for thought in the pages of this book that can be applied to better evaluating and facilitating ongoing professional competence and health care outcomes. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:

Section 1: Professional Development and Lifelong Learning

Ch. 1 - Preparing Health Professional Students for Continuing Education and Continuing Professional Development, pp. 3-12
(Kristin Janke)

Ch. 2 – Continuing Nursing Education to Ensure a Competent Nursing Workforce, pp. 13-27
(Kathy Chappell and Karen Drenkard)

Ch. 3 - Physician Lifelong Learning: Conceptualization, Measurement, and Correlates in Full-Time Clinicians, Academic Clinicians, and Medical Students, pp. 29-69
(Mohammadreza Hojat, J. Jon Veloski and Joseph Gonnella)

Ch. 4 – Informal Learning, Incidental Learning, and Deliberate Continuing Education: Preparing Psychologists to Be Effective Lifelong Learners, pp. 71-79
(James Lichtenberg and Rodney Goodyear)

Ch. 5 - Exploring the Relationship Between Lifelong Learning, Continuing Education, and Professional Competencies, pp. 81-97
(Jennifer Taylor, Greg Neimeyer, Mary Zemansky and Steven Rothke)

Section 2: Regulatory Perspectives on Continuing Education and Professional Development

Ch. 6 - Self-Assessment Guide and Professional Development Plan: Facilitating Individualized Continuing Professional Development, pp. 101-133
(Rick Morris)

Ch. 7 - Continuing Professional Development: A Regulatory Perspective, pp. 135-153
(Carol Webb and Jacqueline Horn)

Ch. 8 - Disciplinary Actions by a State Board of Psychology: Do Gender and Association Membership Matter? An Update, pp. 155-158
(Samuel Knapp and Leon VandeCreek)

Section 3: Continuing Education Mandates

Ch. 9 - Should Continuing Education be Mandatory for Re-Licensure? Arguments For and Against, pp. 161-182
(Aimee Adams and Bruce Sharkin)

Ch. 10 - A Review of Concerns in Regard to the Implementation of the CE Mandate in Illinois, pp. 183-189
(Mary Zemansky)

Ch. 11 - Do CE Mandates Matter? The Effects of CE Mandates on CE Participation, pp. 191-199
(Greg Neimeyer, Jennifer Taylor, Mary Zemanksy and Steven Rothke)
Section 4: Professional Development and Personal Well-Being

Ch. 12 - Continuing Education, Ethics and Self-Care: A Professional Life Span Perspective, pp. 203-227
(Erica Wise and Clare Gibson)

Ch. 13 - The Practitioner’s Intense Search for Knowing in a Sea of Ambiguity: Answers from the Learning Triangle of Practice, Academic Research and Personal Life, pp. 229-247
(Thomas Skovholt and Michael Starkey)

Ch. 14 - Professional Competency and Personal Experience: An Exploratory Study, pp. 249-261
(Jennifer Taylor, Greg Neimeyer and Douglas Wear)

Section 5: Societal Implications and Impacts

Ch. 15 - Lifespan Professional Development through Practice-based Education: Implications for the Health Professions, pp. 265-275
(Ronald Cervero)

Ch. 16 - Competence, Education, Professional Development, Psychology, and Socio-Cybernetics, pp. 277-315
(John Raven)

Ch. 17 - Planning for Change in Psychology: Education, Outcomes, and Continuing Professional Development, pp. 317-341
(Paul Mazmanian, Taylor Berens, Angela Wetzel, Moshe Feldman and Alan Dow)

Section 6: Future Directions

Ch. 18 - Specialization and Life Long Learning, pp. 345-358
(Ronald Rozensky and Nadine Kaslow)

Ch. 19 - Reflection, Rethinking, and Looking Ahead, pp. 359-376
(Jo Linder-Crow)

Ch. 20 - Anticipating the Future of CE in Psychology: A Delphi Poll, pp. 377-394
(Greg Neimeyer, Jennifer Taylor, Douglas Wear and Jo Linder-Crow)


      Education in a Competitive and Globalizing World
      Public Health in the 21st Century
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012
   Pages: 7 x 10 (NBC - C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62100-767-8
   Status: AV
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