An objective activity is a CPD activity that enables you to get objective feedback on your practice.
To carry out an objective activity you’ll need to:
• gather external objective feedback • analyse the results • reflect on what this means for your practice • show how it has informed your practice in your CPD record.
You’ll need to include at least one objective activity during the three-year CPD cycle but you can choose to include more. Options for an objective activity include case-based discussion, patient feedback, Patient Reported Outcome Measures (PROMs), clinical audit or a peer observation.
This workbook has been prepared to support osteopaths in undertaking patient feedback and is an example of ‘an objective activity’ – a means of getting objective feedback on your practice from patients, in areas that you choose.
Kenneth graduated from the BSO in 2000. As a new graduate he benefited from the positive supportive learning environment at the Penn Clinic in Hertfordshire, where he worked for many years, as well as in his own North London clinic …