Continuing Medical Professional Development, a look beyond the individual
Keywords:Continuing Medical Professional Development, Medical Education, Medicine, Medical Student
In a context where the medical community envisions the importance of maintaining the necessary skills for professional performance, I consider it truly valuable for the Interamerican Journal of Health Sciences to be part of this debate, broadening the possible perspectives on this problem. In a changing world, where knowledge is permanently challenged, where we constantly interact with technology and where the needs of the community require an increasingly complex approach, it is worth questioning whether what we have learned in our undergraduate and postgraduate instances is enough in order to continue performing our tasks in an ideal manner. The capabilities defined in training programs seem not to be sufficient indefinitely as to guarantee an adequate and responsible response to the population.
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