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*  ASHICE
2015 Clinical Competence Assessment training material. ...
*  Medical Defence Union
... the MDU provides legal support should their clinical competence be questioned. It used to have members outside the United ... Some of the services provided by the MDU include: Professional indemnity against claims for clinical negligence Support and ... and is one of three major MDOs in the country offering indemnity for clinical negligence claims for its members. The MDU was ...
*  John Chaffey
He became an external examiner for Final Clinical Competence in 2001. "John Chaffey biography"[permanent dead link]. Osteopathy ... He is currently a Clinical Tutor at the European School of Osteopathy, lecturing on communication and compliance issues. He was ...
*  Ruth Watkins
Additionally, she has a certificate of clinical competence in speech-language pathology. In 2003, she was named a fellow of the ...
*  Foundation doctor
Learning objectives for each stage are specific and focused on demonstration of clinical competences. Emphasis was on the ...
*  History of the Albanian Americans in Metro Detroit
Jacques, Edwin E. The Albanians: An Ethnic History from Prehistoric Times to the Present (Clinical Competence). McFarland, 1995 ...
*  Problem-based learning
There are also various outcomes of PBL that can be measured including knowledge acquisition and clinical competence. Additional ... Peninsula offered a fully integrated course that prepared students for life as a doctor, with early exposure to clinical ... with a tutor to facilitate discussion Trigger materials such as paper-based clinical scenarios, lab data, photographs, articles ... learning in medical school on the performance of doctors after graduation showed clear positive effects on physician competence ...
*  National Dental Examining Board of Canada
In 1988 concern was expressed by several DRA's about the validity of establishing clinical competence solely by accreditation. ... One part of the written examination tests the basic sciences while the other tests the clinical sciences. The basic sciences ... The NDEB committed to develop and implement an Objective Structured Clinical Examination (OSCE). As a result of changes adopted ... as evidence of the candidate's ability to meet a basic national standard of competence. Some DRA's were prepared to grant ...
*  Objective structured clinical examination
It is designed to test clinical skill performance and competence in skills such as communication, clinical examination, medical ... Health assessment Assessment of clinical competence using objective structured examination, Harden et al., Br Med J. 1975 Feb ... In an OSCE, clinical skills are tested rather than pure theoretical knowledge. It is essential to learn correct clinical ... Most universities have clinical skills labs where students have the opportunity to practice clinical skills such as taking ...
*  Dentistry throughout the world
Nevertheless, it is possible to agree on certain basic clinical competences common to all member states of the European Union. ... It embraces a broad range of pre-clinical and clinical knowledge and understanding on which surgical treatment is based. As of ... 3rd phase clinical training lasts for the remaining 3 years and includes periods of being on call at University Central ... The following is an example of one such clinical competency (excision of a buried tooth root): If a clinician is deemed to be ...
*  Center for Personalized Education for Physicians
The CPEP approach to physician competency evaluation and assessment has three major components: clinical competence assessment ... This program evaluates the physician's clinical skills, including structured clinical interviews and a one-day comprehensive ... Elliott, Victoria.Physicians Reentering Clinical Practice: Characteristics and Clinical Abilities. AMA:February 28, 2011. Grace ... Other Programs CPEP offers a Clinical Practice Reentry Program for physicians who wish to reenter the field after a voluntary ...
*  Association of Anaesthetists of Great Britain and Ireland
The Evelyn Baker medal was instituted in 1998 for outstanding clinical competence, recognising the 'unsung heroes' of clinical ... The defining characteristics of clinical competence are deemed to be technical proficiency, consistently reliable clinical ... Although primarily a clinical journal, it welcomes submissions of basic science papers if the authors can demonstrate their ... The award is usually made at or about the time of retirement from clinical practice. The Sir Ivan Magill Gold Medal "for ...
*  Stuart Copeland
The speech contained serious allegations against the clinical competence of a Dr Patel, an overseas trained surgeon working at ... a question on an internal Queensland Health investigation into allegations against the competence of Jayant Patel, a surgeon at ...
*  JoAnne Robbins
She is a Board Certified Specialist in Swallowing (BCS-S) and holds a Certificate of Clinical Competence for Speech-Language ... In 2012, she began a clinical demonstration project which sought to improve swallowing and eating-related care for dysphagic ...
*  Shadow Health
... documentation and tracking functions to measure student clinical competence and clinical reasoning. Students navigate the ... Shadow Health™ is an educational software developer of learning environments termed Digital Clinical Experiences™ (DCEs). ... digital clinical experience gaining confidence, developing clinical skills and learning how to effectively interact with ... Founded in Gainesville, Florida in 2011, Shadow Health offers web-based clinical learning environments for masters, bachelors, ...
*  Laura W. Bush Institute for Women's Health
The fellowship was created to increase clinical competence in providing primary care to women and train individuals who will ... This study is the preface of a human Phase I/II clinical trials in which will be conducted through TTUHSC and the Laura W. Bush ... In addition to a clinical curriculum emphasizing gender-specific disease and pathophysiology, the fellow is also provided with ... clinical research, medical education and community partnerships. The Jenna Welch Women's Center opened its doors in March 2010 ...
*  Speech-language pathology
Certificate of Clinical Competence (CCC) and full state licensure to practice, following successful completion of clinical ... the Certification of Clinical Competence, in speech-language pathology. Salaries of SLPs depend on a variety of factors ... Successfully complete a clinical fellowship year (CFY) as a clinical fellow (CF) under the mentorship of a fully licensed ... Professional suffix: Credentials of a clinical fellow typically read as: MA, MS, or M.Ed, CF-SLP (e.g., Jane Doe, MA, CF-SLP). ...
*  Audiology
... may also carry national board certification from the American Board of Audiology or a certificate of clinical competence in ... "Master of Clinical Audiology". www.studyat.uwa.edu.au. Retrieved 2015-10-28. "Master of Audiology". www.flinders.edu.au. ... The CPD program is focused on maintaining a high quality practice of audiology and is tied to the Certificate of Clinical ... Starting in 2007, the Doctor of Audiology (Au.D.) became the entry-level degree for clinical practice for some states, with ...
*  Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
ISMMS's Morchand Center for Clinical Competence, a state-of-the-art standardized patient center, was featured on the television ... 20". Clinical Center News. Warren Grant Magnuson Clinical Center, National Institutes of Health. January-February 1996. ... "American Society of Clinical Oncology". Retrieved March 7, 2013. World Health Organization Monya Baker (October 8, 2009). "Ihor ... The first and second years are strictly pass/fail; the third and fourth years feature clinical rotations at Mount Sinai ...
*  Vimla L. Patel
In 1978 Elstein, Shulman and Sprafka applied cognitive science methods to investigate physicians' clinical competence, ... 2008 Member, Clinical Research Review Committee, The National Center for Research Resources (NCRR). 2007-2009 Selected for ... Patel also applied text comprehension methods to understanding the use of clinical practice guidelines with the goal of ... In 1986, Patel and Groen demonstrated that experts who accurately diagnosed complex clinical problems used forward reasoning ( ...
*  Social construction of disability
... or hold a Certificate of clinical Competence from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Applying for disability ( ...
*  Creative HealthCare Management
Advancing Relationship-Based Cultures explores the confluence of relational and clinical competence that advances relationship- ... Clinical Nursing Practices E-Book: Guidelines for Evidence-Based Practice.' "Creative Health Care Management". "Creative Health ...
*  Nursing in Canada
All registered nurses and nurse practitioners in the province of Alberta are expected to maintain their clinical competence in ... Extensive hands on practical training, colloquially referred to as "clinical" by students, starts early as year one and extends ... work in clinical trials, deliver care to patients receiving radiation treatment, and acquire specialized skills (e.g. central ...
*  MDU
Medical Defence Union, medical defence organisation providing legal support should its members' clinical competence be ...
*  Seth M. Holmes
... on medical education and the ways in which medical trainees learn to manage uncertainty and perform clinical competence, which ... led to the publication of the special issue of Culture, Medicine and Psychiatry "Anthropologies of Contemporary Clinical ...
*  Childbirth
The prevalence of fear of childbirth around the world ranges between 4-25%, with 3-7% of pregnant women having clinical fear of ... information and advocacy which may promote the physical process of labour as well as women's feelings of control and competence ... Weeks, A.D. (2008). "The retained placenta". Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology. 22 (6): 1103-17. doi: ...