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Get help with the Peer Discussion Review: new animation from the GOsC

Have you started thinking about your Peer Discussion Review? The GOsC has launched a new animation to help osteopaths get started with the process.

A Peer Discussion review is an overall requirement of the GOsC CPD scheme and enables you to get external objective feedback, reflect on what you do, and consider how you might enhance your CPD and practice as a result.  The purpose of the Peer Discussion Review is to enable the peer to confirm that you have engaged with the CPD scheme and met the CPD requirements.

The Peer Discussion Review is a supportive process to help you learn from a colleague and demonstrate that you provide a high-quality experience for patients, watch the new GOsC animation to find out more and get started:

Watch the animation on the GOsC CPD site: