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portfolio

For UK doctors, a collection of documents that they assemble throughout their careers which provides evidence of ongoing learning achievements and addresses areas of weaknesses.

Model portfolio content for UK practice
• Personal details
• Contents page
• Mapping Document to GMC Domains of Good Medical Practice
• CV
• Certificates (degrees, CRB, Completion of Foundation training, etc.)
• Self-appraisal and personal development plan
• Posts held
• Appraisal meetings
• Review forms
• Assessments of competence (e.g., work-based assessments); if numerous, list and summarise
• Reflective practice
• Teaching (with feedback)
• Presentations (with feedback)
• Audit
• Research and Publications
• IT Skills
• Careers
• Extra-curricular activities
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These twelve essays go far beyond the usual in examining the portfolio, starting with issues and alternatives in portfolio construction, ideas on supporting the process, negotiating the contested terrain of the initial teaching portfolio, secret and sacred stories, toward a pedagogy of portfolio development, embracing contemporary learning through an e-portfolio, reflexive portfolio, portfolios as public spaces, the aesthetics of vulnerability, unwittingly naked or choosing transparency in portfolio development, the portfolio as teacher identity, digital self-portraits, and case studies on three aspects of digital portfolios.
The objective of this study is to develop the combination of value investing method and pairs trading strategy by creating of the portfolio in buying low P/E and P/B security portfolio, and short selling high P/E and P/B security portfolio with the expectations that in long run, these created portfolios will generate higher returns than that of the markets and sole investment in low P/E and P/B security portfolios while there are low fluctuations of returns and risks.
John Rodgers, partner and head of UK Business Space Investment at Deloitte said: "There is a real appetite for scale and critical mass with a number of significant portfolios transacting following competitive bidding- but only if pricing is at a level that can support higher cost of capital returns.
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