Educational interventions to improve practice of nonspecialty physicians who are identified in need by peer review.

Abstract

This article reports on the peer review process of the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, the licensing and regulatory authority, and the effect of educational interventions on physicians identified to be in need. Since 1980, the college has assessed more than 175 random and targeted nonspecialist physicians each year. A structured remediation… (More)

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@article{Norton2004EducationalIT, title={Educational interventions to improve practice of nonspecialty physicians who are identified in need by peer review.}, author={Peter G. Norton and Liane Soberman Ginsburg and Earl Dunn and Roy Beckett and Daniel Faulkner}, journal={The Journal of continuing education in the health professions}, year={2004}, volume={24 4}, pages={244-52} }