88872 - Feedback - Seeking, working with and providing feedback.
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3 online modules provide training on various aspects of feedback within the health care setting. The modules include: 1. seeking feedback on your performance 2. working with feedback you have received 3. providing effective feedback to others.Relevance to General Practice
Consistent, timely and appropriate feedback to GPs (or other members of the general practice team such as the practice nurse) is necessary for maintaining high quality multidisciplinary care for clients and for forming a solid working relationship between providers based on trust and good communication. Lack of appropriate feedback to GPs impacts on the quality of relationships and care across the board, so it is important that a statewide approach sets the standard for feedback to GPs.
Source: Guidelines on feedback to general practitioners for community health services 2011. Vic Govt. Department of Health