Volume 10 | No. 5 | September / October 2022 query_builder 1 minute

PPEP is recruiting two part-time peer assessors for family practice assessments

Physician Practice Enhancement Program update

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The Physician Practice Enhancement Program (PPEP) is actively recruiting two part-time peer assessors to conduct family practice assessments.

Under the direction of the deputy registrar and the program director, peer assessors carry out the mandate of the PPEP—to assess community-based family practitioners and promote quality improvement in medical practice in compliance with College policies and procedures, and in accordance with the Bylaws under the Health Professions Act, RSBC 1996, c.183.

Peer assessors conduct a combination of remote and on-site peer assessments throughout BC, provide feedback on program development and quality improvement, and help guide future program direction.

Exceptional interpersonal communication skills are required, including the ability to work in a collaborative team environment. Assessors must have current understanding of best practices, up-to-date knowledge on clinical care guidelines, and familiarity working in a multi-physician clinic setting. Registrants selected for this position must hold full licensure, be in good standing with the College, and complete a successful physician assessment and an assessor training workshop.

Interested candidates should submit a letter of application, with a resume, to the director, Physician Practice Enhancement Program.

Confidential fax: 604-733-3503 
Email: peerassessments@cpsbc.ca 

All correspondence will be held in strict confidence.