Analyze multiple dimensions of patient centered care: Function effectively within nursing and inter-professional teams, fostering open communication, mutual respect, and shared decision-making to achieve quality patient care.
Ongoing Competence Challenges and Validation at Reappointment After initial appointment, what are the next steps in assessing competence? Developing indicators for ongoing competence assessment Implementing OPPE and addressing competence concerns Addressing competence concerns identified during the ongoing review process FPPE for cause, including OPPE and peer review findings and leave of absence reinstatement Competence assessment at reappointment Allied health annual competence reviews Chapter 6: Assessing the Competence of Telemedicine Providers Introducing a telemedicine service at your facility Defining telemedicine Requirements of regulators and accreditation agencies Effect of telemedicine regulations Competence assessment unique to telemedicine Evaluation of telemedicine specialty by specialty Chapter 9: Assessing a Single Practitioner in a Specialty Area Determining competence with no reference point Conducting ongoing evaluation of the specialist External reviews Chapter Low- and No-Volume Practitioners Introduction to low- and no-volume practitioners Assessing the competence of the practitioner who is active at another facility Dr.
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Assessment of clinical competence Val Wass, Cees Van der Vleuten, John Shatzer, Roger Jones Medical education quartet Key issues that underpin any test Key issues Description Summative/formative Be clear on the purpose of the test.
Blueprinting Plan the test against the learning.