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Don’t Disclose: Peer review confidentiality guidelines download

confidential Recently, I posted an overview of the key confidentiality requirements for
members of the peer review committee. At long last, you can download a copy
of Don’t Disclose here, for the case review committee members in your organization.

Last week’s peer review webcast (presented by Laura Harrington and Marla Smith) was followed by a lively question and answer period. Topics ranged from the meaning of “timely” in terms of completing a review* to the virtues of including a section in your scoring that considers “contributing factors”** … and much more.

You can learn more about the on demand version of the webinar here and the presenters’ nursing peer review book here.

 

 

  * Answer: <90 days

** Answer: Be flexible. If you want to include special factors in scoring, it may help identify process issues to address proactively separate from the review

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About the Author: Claudette Moore is an acquisitions editor at HCPro, focusing primarily on nursing topics. She is always looking for new books that will create a better workplace for nurses and their managers, so contact her if you would like to publish with HCPro.

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