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Master Thesis

Groupe d’analyse de pratique entre pairs et développement professionnel continu en médecine générale

Abstract : Introduction: continuing education of general practitioners is a crucial element in ensuring the quality and safety of care. From the merger of the FMC with the EPP was born the Continuing Professional Development (CPD). Among the CPD methods, the Peer Practice Analysis Groups (GAPP) seem to be able to play an interesting role. The objective of the study was to determine if the GAPP of Gironde met the CPD criteria. Material and method: quantitative descriptive study carried out between November 2017 and February 2018. The data collection was carried out by online questionnaires with GPs from Gironde participating in a GAPP. Results: 12 groups and 32 participants were listed. No group validated all the CPD criteria set by the HAS. The workforce included a strong representation of women, young doctors and supervisors. The majority of them practiced in semi-rural or urban areas and mainly in group practices. Most GAPPs were willing to change their method of operation to validate CPD. Conclusion: this study highlights the different methods of functioning that may exist within groups and the difference that may exist between them and the criteria of the CPD validated by the HAS.
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Emmanuel Levesque. Groupe d’analyse de pratique entre pairs et développement professionnel continu en médecine générale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2019. ⟨dumas-02494725⟩



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