The Peer Appraisal Handbook for General Practitioners

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Radcliffe Publishing, 2001 - Peer review - 130 pages
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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Contents

The setting of a no blame culture
5
Purpose of the scheme
13
1 Choosing appraisal priorities
21
Collecting information for appraisal
23
Log diaries
30
Team feedback
36
Review of stress in yourself
43
Choosing the appraiser
49
Training for appraisal
71
Holding the appraisal interview
83
Group interviews
99
Reviewing the scheme
109
Appendix Additional sources and tools for collecting
113
Further information and suggested reading
119
Index
127
Copyright

Confidentiality
57

Common terms and phrases

Bibliographic information