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Nursing Quality Peer Review Education. Presented To NMH Nursing Quality Peer Review Committee Members October 27, 2009 By Nursing Quality Peer Review Steering Committee. Agenda. Introductions Overview of Nursing peer review Define process of Nursing Quality Peer Review at NMH
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NMH Nursing Quality Peer Review Committee Members
October 27, 2009
Nursing Quality Peer Review Steering Committee
The evaluation of the delivery of nursing care in an objective and nonjudgmental manner when analyzing causative factors involved in medical errors with potential untoward events (Diaz, 2008).
An organizational effort whereby practicing professionals review the quality and appropriateness of services ordered or performed by their professional peers (American Nurses Association (ANA), 1988).
Relates to the identification of appropriate and willing peers for obtaining feedback on performance on a particular activity (Gopee, 2001).
A process for evaluating performance and strengthening group communication, which also helps to maintain the integrity and self-governance of the nursing unit (Brooks, Olsen, Rieger-Kligys, and Mooney, 1995).
Safe and fair Timely in providing feedback
Confidential Continuous and routine
Source: R Cook MD
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