In-service program

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An in-service program is a professional training or staff development effort, where professionals are trained and discuss their work with others in their peer group.

It is a key component of continuing medical education for physicians, pharmacists, and other medical professionals. It is also common among public servants including educators[1] and public safety officials.

In-service program also refers to some programs offered to enlisted members of the military while they are in service.

In-service programs also refers to educators, where they discuss methods and cases and work loads.

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