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Training needs analysis for clinical governance:\ud a practical example

By J.L. Jones, M.A. Bell and Mike Lucock


- To deliver high-quality care in line\ud with the principles of clinical\ud governance, health-care professionals\ud must have certain core\ud competencies.\ud - In order to develop an effective\ud training programme, health-care\ud professionals engaged in direct\ud patient care should be asked what\ud competencies they need.\ud - A useful framework for identifying\ud training needs groups skills into\ud four distinct domains: interpersonal;\ud technical; professional\ud accountability and development;\ud and clinical care delivery.\ud - Using this framework with a representative\ud sample of clinicians can\ud be an effective way in which to\ud identify the core skills required to deliver quality care, to highlight\ud gaps in current training provision\ud and to develop competency-based\ud training to fill these gaps

Topics: R1
Publisher: Royal Society of Medicine Press
Year: 2002
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