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In your workplace: Keeping up to date with CPD

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Graham White Graham White

Q: I am a community nurse in a small rural practice. I am kept very busy, and at times I struggle to keep my CPD up to date. I get some help with paid time off to attend learning but I have to pay for the training myself. Can you explain what my responsibilities are, where I can get help and also let me know what my employer is required to do to support my CPD?

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