C8

C8

  • 11 May 2021

C8: Sharing best practice, enhancing governance, support and improving outcomes in managing performance concerns

Session objectives:

  • Identify how critical analysis of complex cases can direct learning and quality improvement across all relevant processes
  • Understand proper procedures, common pitfalls and how to prevent cases escalating and the value of training/sharing best practice
  • How the learning from COVID has informed changes to enhance governance e.g., development of the Gold Guide, appraisal, and revalidation

Session summary:
This interactive session will explore learning from complex case reviews, legal challenges to governance processes, confounding factors that impact on performance, progression and multifactorial interdependencies contributing to differential attainment, together with how early intervention and educational support has improved outcomes, reducing extensions to training and fewer escalations externally (GMC).

Session hosted by:
Health Education England (North West) & Gold Guide Reference Group

Session theme:
Educational management and leadership

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Policy Makers
Professional Regulators, Responsible Officers and Medical Directors

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training

C8: Sharing best practice, enhancing governance, support and improving outcomes in managing performance concerns

Session objectives:

Session summary:
This interactive session will explore learning from complex case reviews, legal challenges to governance processes, confounding factors that impact on performance, progression and multifactorial interdependencies contributing to differential attainment, together with how early intervention and educational support has improved outcomes, reducing extensions to training and fewer escalations externally (GMC).

Session hosted by:
Health Education England (North West) & Gold Guide Reference Group

Session theme:
Educational management and leadership

Target audience group:
Postgraduates
Managers
Administration
Policy Makers
Professional Regulators, Responsible Officers and Medical Directors

Target care sector:
Postgraduate training