Competence to practise

the report of a Committee of Enquiry set up for the medical profession in the United Kingdom
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Medicine -- Practice -- Great Britain., Medical care -- Great Britain -- Quality control., Physicians -- Great Britain -- Discipline., Medicine -- Ability testing -- Great Britain., Clinical competence., Quality of health care -- Great Bri

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Great Britain., Great Br

Statement[Committee of Enquiry into Competence to Practise].
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRA399.G7 C65 1976
The Physical Object
Pagination[3], 74 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4698492M
ISBN 100950528706
LC Control Number77675868
OCLC/WorldCa3696907

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Competence on a task or job means that you have some ways of thinking or behaving that matter for performance on that task. For example, if you’re a seller, then your ability to establish trust with customers affects the sales you make.

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Then go to the back cover of the test book (page 63) and follow the. "Competency-Based Assessments in Mental Health Practice should be required reading for all clinical practitioners and students. Author Susan W. Gray provides a competency-based assessment model that moves away from looking at mental illness as a 'disease' to capturing people's strengths and the uniqueness of their experience with mental illness.".

Grisso is the number one expert on competency, and the author of the pioneering book Evaluating Competencies: Forensic Assessments and Instruments (Perspectives in Law & Psychology) as well as a manual specific to juvenile competency evaluation.

Kruh is also an expert with both research and practice experience in this specialized s: 9. It is now widely recognised that learning a language should not just involve linguistic competence but also intercultural competence. It is also clear that intercultural competence can be developed through related subjects such as geography, history, mother tongue teaching.

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Six broad core competency domains and specific competencies for each area are described: 1. Science Science Related to the Biopsychosocial Approach Research/Evaluation 2.

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Yet, despite its wide dissemination and use in education and practice, the notion of cultural competence has continued to cause some uneasiness, in part because of the growing understanding that we cannot ever be truly competent in another’s culture (Chavez, ; Isaacson, ; Minkler, Pies, & Hyde, ; Murray-Garcia & Tervalon, Basic principles of competency Competencies are a key performance indicator from the organisation to an individual of their expected areas and levels of performance.

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One of our most important roles is to ensure doctors are fit to practise medicine. A doctor's fitness to practise is determined by their professional conduct, their competence (application of knowledge and skill), and their physical and mental health.

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