What is in this issue?
Why do education and training fail to prepare us for the job in hand?
Knowledge management: sharing knowledge
Capture and measurement of work based and informal learning: a discussion of the issues in relation to contemporary healthcare practice
Postnatal depression: an illustration of the difficulties of translating policy into practice
Evaluation of video-conferencing as a means to facilitate outreach and work based learning
‘Communities of practice’ and a conversation with an e-learning provider
Training in e-learning in health and social care: where do we go from here?
Redefining supervision
Getting over appraisal-block
The changing face of continuing professional development for managers in primary care
Medical student placements in general practice: some personal reflections
Team learning: talking significant events
Supplementary prescribing in primary care
Interprofessional collaboration and learning in the workplace: a personal experience
Reviews
Work Based Learning in Health and Social Care: innovations and applications, Middlesex University, 25 February 2004
Capturing Work Based and Informal Learning