1 edition of Peer assistance/impaired provider program found in the catalog.
Peer assistance/impaired provider program
|Statement||developed by APTA"s Task Force on Model Peer Assistance Program.|
|Series||American Physical Therapy Association guidelines|
|Contributions||American Physical Therapy Association (1921- ). Task Force on Model Peer Assistance Program.|
|LC Classifications||RC564.5.M45 P44 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. :|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||99167636|
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Author(s): American Physical Therapy Association. Task Force on Model Peer Assistance Program.; American Physical Therapy Association. Title(s): Peer assistance/impaired provider program: a model.
Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Alexandria, Va.: American Physical Therapy Association, c The American Medical Association defines an impaired physician as one who is unable to fulfill personal or professional re-Legal and ethical issues complicate intervening when a colleague needs.
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This standard can be met by a variety of activities (e.g., reading appropriate journals and books on relevant subject matter, attending or presenting a t workshops or conventions, obtaining continuing education credits, seeking peer consultation or supervision on difficult projects or cases, attending peer.
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