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Appraisal Workshop. Appraisal Workshop 4 June 2014. Facilitators. Maurice Conlon (National) Vicky Banks (South) Ruth Chapman (London) Nick Hall (Midlands and East) Paul Twomey (North). Appraisal issues list – emergent themes. 1.             Supporting information Principles

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Appraisal workshop

Appraisal Workshop

Appraisal Workshop

4 June 2014



Facilitators
Facilitators

  • Maurice Conlon (National)

  • Vicky Banks (South)

  • Ruth Chapman (London)

  • Nick Hall (Midlands and East)

  • Paul Twomey (North)

NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


Appraisal issues list emergent themes
Appraisal issues list – emergent themes

  • 1.            Supporting information

    • Principles

    • Safeguarding

    • Information sharing into appraisal

    • (Prescribed significant events)

  • 2.            Appraisers

  • 3.            Mechanics

  • 4.            Information Governance

  • 5.            Training for doctors

  • NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


    1 supporting information
    1. Supporting information

    How can we ensure that pertinent supporting information from all aspects of the doctor’s scope of work is included in their appraisal portfolio?

    • How are we doing this?

    • What are others doing?

    • What will I do back at base to keep in step?

    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


    2 appraisers
    2. Appraisers

    What on-going review should our appraisers be subject to, to assure the quality of their appraisal outputs, and how should this be documented for their own appraisals?

    • How are we doing this?

    • What are others doing?

    • What will I do back at base to keep in step?

    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


    3 mechanics of appraisal
    3. Mechanics of appraisal

    What appraisal vehicle(s) are necessary to run an effective and efficient appraisal system, which integrates with the revalidation process?

    • How are we doing this?

    • What are others doing?

    • What will I do back at base to keep in step?

    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


    4 information governance
    4. Information governance

    What do we need to do to ensure that our appraisers follow information governance rules about handling appraisal information?

    • How are we doing this?

    • What are others doing?

    • What will I do back at base to keep in step?

    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


    5 training the doctors
    5. Training the doctors

    What training do our doctors need, to help them get the most out of their appraisal?

    • How are we doing this?

    • What are others doing?

    • What will I do back at base to keep in step?

    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


    The process today
    The process today:

    Three rounds of:

    • Discussion on tables

    • Short pause for summaries from tables

    • First two rounds will be allocated, third will be choice from remainder

    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


    • How can we ensure that pertinent supporting information from all aspects of the doctor’s scope of work is included in their appraisal portfolio?

    • What on-going review should our appraisers be subject to, to assure the quality of their appraisal outputs, and how should this be documented for their own appraisals?

    • What appraisal vehicle(s) are necessary to run an effective and efficient appraisal system, which integrates with the revalidation process?

    • What do we need to do to ensure that our appraisers follow information governance rules about handling appraisal information?

    • What training do our doctors need, to help them get the most out of their appraisal?

    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014 all aspects of the doctor’s scope of work is included in their appraisal portfolio?


    …because in the end… all aspects of the doctor’s scope of work is included in their appraisal portfolio?

    …it’s all about quality of care received by patients.

    www.england.nhs.uk/revalidation

    NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014


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