Jean Marco1*, MD, FESC; Allan Spencer2; Magali Bréhèret3
1. PCR Education solutions group, Martres-Tolosane, France; 2. Clarus Training and Facilitation Ltd, Kenilworth, United Kingdom; 3. Cath-Link, Echandens, Switzerland
Postgraduate learning refers to a specific form of education aiming to help healthcare professionals (HCP) to consolidate competence and learn about information in their field. It is associated with human interaction. Examining, questioning, and revising how learners construe, validate, and reformulate the meaning of their experience and how learners develop expectations based on their thought is key to achieving effective learning outcomes1.
We have spent a lifetime in the field of postgraduate learning and adult education2,3.
We have seen what is effective and what is not and would like to share our experiences.