The Peer Appraisal Handbook for General Practitioners
In clear and simple steps this book takes the reader through the 10 stages to develop and implement a system that is right for both the practice and individual doctor.
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The setting of a no blame culture
Purpose of the scheme
1 Choosing appraisal priorities
Collecting information for appraisal
Review of stress in yourself
Choosing the appraiser
Administering the scheme agreed appraisal 3 Collecting appraisal 8 Holding appraisal process appraisee's appraiser 7 Training appraiser(s appropriate areas Choosing the appraiser Clinical audit clinical governance colleagues Collecting information confidentiality 6 Administering Deciding the purpose Defining the scope development needs diabetic Discussing confidentiality doctors educational needs feedback questionnaire group interview He/she Hilary Haman Holding the appraisal identify important individual interview information for appraisal interview 4 Choosing Irvine and Jelley ischaemic heart disease Jelley Step MCQs Medical Council Medical Practice organisational outcomes partners partnership Patient feedback peer appraisal scheme peer appraisal system performance personal development plan practice development plan practice manager Practitioners primary care team primary healthcare purpose 10 Reviewing Radcliffe Medical Press RCGP Recording the appraisal relationships with patients Reviewing the scheme Sally Irvine scheme 2 Defining scope 9 Recording self-appraisal sensitive issues skills Tool Training 5 Discussing training and development training needs