Life Gets in the Way Sometimes
Many clinicians step away from daily patient care for completely voluntary reasons. These may include:
- A desire to raise a young family
- Time spent in administrative medicine or research
- Exploring non-medical career options, or other lifestyle choices
Often, these clinicians want to return to practice and want to do so in a safe and confident manner. CPEP’s RCP Program is here to help.
Back in the Saddle
Clinicians seeking to reenter practice often need to demonstrate competence to licensing bodies or prospective employers. They need to prove that they can actually practice medicine in today’s increasingly complicated and changing medical world. They also need educational support and resources to be successful.
Our Reentry to Clinical Practice Program has been proven effective in case after case. We focus on the individual and personalize our program based on the clinician’s specific needs, specialty, and anticipated scope of practice. This approach starts with the initial evaluation of clinical skills and continues in the development of a personalized Reentry Plan.
The Fine Print…
Please Note: To qualify for the RCP Program, clinicians must have left the medical field in good standing and plan to reenter areas of clinical practice in which they have had prior clinical training and experience. Clinicians looking to get back into practice after a disciplinary sanction or who are switching specialty areas may qualify for the CPEP’s Clinical Competence Assessment Program.