Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
The Royal College
supports lifelong learning and the assessment of competence and performance
from residency through practice into retirement. Royal College Fellows
(members) are committed to providing high-quality specialty medical care. They
are also committed to their own continuing professional development, which is
supported through the Royal College’s Maintenance of Certification (MOC)
For a full listing of activities eligible for MOC Section
credit, please visit the Royal College Website detailing CPD
Activities You Can Record.
Resources provided by the Royal College for self-learning
- CLIP Seminar Series: The
CLIP (Centre for Learning in Practice) Seminar Series promotes scholarship as a
factor in the advancement of specialty medical education and policy, as well as
lifelong learning and continuing professional development. To promote broad
understanding of and engagement in scholarship and research for Fellows, the
Centre has developed a Seminar Series focused on developing foundational
competencies within research and scholarship.
Learning: The Cochrane Collaboration provides learning activities
based upon a Cochrane Review and includes five questions to help you both
translate the results of the Cochrane Review to clinical practice, and
understand systematic reviews and meta-analyses. Guided reflective evaluations
provide the opportunity for you to document how each learning activity will
influence your future practice, providing a complete learning package.
for all Fellows and MOC participants of the Royal College
Learning Projects: Group learning can serve as the stimulus or a
resource to the development of a personal learning project. The Royal College
has developed a planning template to enable you to create personal learning
projects to leverage your participation in group learning. These activities are
self-planned and are developed to answer a question, issue, or problem that you
have identified in your practice.
Please note that this information is current as of July
29, 2016, and was retrieved from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons
of Canada website.