Cover: Use of outcome metrics to measure quality in education and training of healthcare professionals

Use of outcome metrics to measure quality in education and training of healthcare professionals

A scoping review of international experiences

Published Mar 2, 2012

by Ellen Nolte, Caroline Viola Fry, Eleanor Winpenny, Laura Brereton

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This brief report provides a rapid review of the published evidence on initiatives undertaken at international and national levels that may inform the further development of the proposed outcomes framework. It is designed as an exploratory review, with a focus on the use of quality indicators to assess and monitor the delivery of healthcare education and training in international settings.

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The research described in this working paper was conducted by RAND Europe for the Department of Health, within the PRP project "An ‘On-call’ Facility for International Healthcare Comparisons".

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