Tools for Enhancement and Quality Improvement of Peer Assessment and Clinical Care in Endocrinology and Metabolism Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • Members of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Endocrinology and Metabolism Peer Review Network have been involved in a quality improvement project to help standardize the peer assessment of physicians practicing in endocrinology and metabolism. This has included developing state-of-the-art summaries of common endocrine problems by Canadian experts in endocrinology and metabolism. These tools have been developed in response to the educational needs, as identified by peer reviewers, of practicing endocrinologists in Ontario. These pedagogical tools aim not only to standardize the documentation of the clinical performance of endocrinologists but also to make the process more transparent and to improve the quality of patient care in Ontario. This article summarizes the project and also provides the tools developed for the endocrinology and metabolism section of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario.

authors

  • Khan, Aliya
  • Kenshole, Anne
  • Ezzat, Shereen
  • Goguen, Jeannette
  • Gomez-Hernandez, Karen
  • Hegele, Robert A
  • Houlden, Robyn
  • Joy, Tisha
  • Keely, Erin
  • Killinger, Donald
  • Lacroix, André
  • Laredo, Sheila
  • Prebtani, Ally PH
  • Shrayyef, MZ
  • Tran, Christopher
  • Van Uum, Stan
  • Reardon, Rhoda
  • Papageorgiou, Antiope
  • Tays, William
  • Edmonds, Merrill

publication date

  • January 2019