The Resource Evidence-based competency management for the operating room, [author, Barbara A. Brunt ; contibuting authors, Adrianne E. Avillion, Gwen A. Valois and Jane G. Alberico]

Evidence-based competency management for the operating room, [author, Barbara A. Brunt ; contibuting authors, Adrianne E. Avillion, Gwen A. Valois and Jane G. Alberico]

Label
Evidence-based competency management for the operating room
Title
Evidence-based competency management for the operating room
Statement of responsibility
[author, Barbara A. Brunt ; contibuting authors, Adrianne E. Avillion, Gwen A. Valois and Jane G. Alberico]
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Related
Cataloging source
BTCTA
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
LC call number
RD32.3
LC item number
.C65 2008
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Label
Evidence-based competency management for the operating room, [author, Barbara A. Brunt ; contibuting authors, Adrianne E. Avillion, Gwen A. Valois and Jane G. Alberico]
Publication
Note
Rev. ed. of: Competency management for the operating room, 2006
Accompanying material
1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
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Contents
Machine derived contents note: Chapter 1: Why is competency validation required? 1 -- R egulating com petence 3 -- T he Joint C om m ission 7 -- C om petency and litigation 15 -- Chapter 2: What is competency validation? 19 -- C om petency-based education 21 -- D efining com petencies 30 -- Classifying competencies by domains and levels 30 -- W ho perform s com petency validation? 32 -- M andatory training versus com petencies 32 -- Mapping competencies for orientation, annual assessments 34 -- M ethods for validating com petencies 36 -- Chapter 3: Competency validation in job descriptions and performance evaluations 41 -- T h e benefits 44 -- T he Joint C om m ission's expectations 45 -- Key elements of a competency-based job description 46 -- Chapter 4: Train the staff to perform competency validation 53 -- Developing a competency assessment training program 56 -- Identifying your competency assessors 59 -- Peer review 63 -- Keeping your validation system consistent 64 -- Incorporating population-specific competencies 66 -- D ocum entation and recordkeeping 72 -- C o n clu sio n 7 3 -- Chapter 5: Keep up with new competencies 75 -- Potential categories for new com petencies 78 -- Interpersonal com m unications 78 -- Guidelines for new competency development 80 -- Best practices for the implementation of new competencies 85 -- D im ensions of com petencies 88 -- Chapter 6: Using your skills checklists 91 -- Differences between orientation checklists and skills checklists 97 -- Skills checklists for annual competency assessment 112
Control code
000044575686
Dimensions
28 cm. +
Edition
2nd ed
Extent
xix, 246 p.
Isbn
9781601461568
Lccn
2008276814
Other physical details
ill.
http://library.link/vocab/recordID
.b24845139
System control number
hcproebk1601461569

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