RISK: Health, Safety & Environment (1990-2002)


Although the focus is narrow, this article argues that, in the face of short half-lives of current knowledge, continuing education requirements are needed and suggests possible improvements in the way that continuing education is implemented. While the issue is not explicitly addressed, readers might ponder whether such requirements might be profitably extended to other disciplines.

Repository Citation

Patricia A. McPartland, Mandatory Continuing Education: Does It Really Protect Society from Incompetent Health Professionals, 1 RISK 329 (1990).