Doris B. Collins

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Eighty-three studies from 1982 to 2001 with formal training interventions were integrated via meta-analytic techniques to determine the effectiveness of interventions in their enhancement of performance, knowledge, and expertise at the individual, team or group, or organizational level. The studies were separated by research design, with the outcome measure(More)
The Cartwright Report instigated a profound change in thinking about patient-doctor relationships and the need for public involvement in the processes by which doctors are censored. It was also the key catalyst to legislative reforms designed to ensure the accountability of practitioners to their patients. This article considers the effect of the Cartwright(More)
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