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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

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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?

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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

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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

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…because in the end…

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

www.england.nhs.uk/revalidation

NHS| Ahead of the Curve | 4 June 2014