Continuing education and training for GOC registrants: an analysis of access and perceived infl...

2 July 2018
Volume 19, Issue 1

This paper explores how this education is accessed, identifies barriers and examines what educational formats are accessed and whether they are perceived to influence clinical practice.


The aims of this research were to: analyse how GOC registrants access CET; evaluate which methods of access are perceived easy or difficult and identify access barriers; determine which forms are considered engaging and which are perceived to influence clinical practice; and formulate any recommendations that may be beneficial when considering future provision of optometric continuing professional education.

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