Lifelong learning in emergency medicine is the process of continuous education and maintenance of practical skills and certification. Lifelong learning means accurate current knowledge, self-assessment of abilities to implement new facts and apply processes to daily practice, and periodic assessment of clinical performance. Learning is not confined to childhood or the classroom, but takes place throughout life and in a variety of situations. The scientific community has to accept that learning is a continuous process: it is no longer limited to knowledge gained at school and university. ...
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- Lebenslanges Lernen und Team-Training in der Notfallmedizin
Prof. Dr. U. Kreimeier