Quality assurance in medical regulation in an international context.
The review examines quality assurance in medical regulation in seven countries: Australia (New South Wales); Canada (Ontario); Finland; France (Appendix One); the Netherlands; New Zealand and the USA (New York State). The aim is to describe how doctors’ continuing competence is maintained and assessed, how poor practice is detected and what action is taken. The introduction sets out the methods and defines key terms. Detail on the countries can be found in each chapter.
Citation : Allsop, J. and Jones, K. (2012) Quality assurance in medical regulation in an international context : report for the Chief Medical Officer, Department of Health, England. Saarbrucken: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing.
ISBN : 9783848492527
Research Group : Health Policy Research Unit