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|Title:||Judgement: clinical decision‐making as a core surgical competency.|
|Publication Title:||ANZ Journal of Surgery|
|Abstract:||Judgement: clinical decision‐making (CDM) is one of nine core surgical competencies of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons (RACS) that has been defined across five levels of performance (pre‐vocational; novice; intermediate; competent; and proficient).1 These levels can be applied to trainees, registrars and consultants alike.1 In the RACS Competence and Performance Guide,2 (p19) CDM is defined as “making informed and timely decisions regarding assessment, diagnosis, surgical management, follow‐up, health maintenance and promotion”.|
|Internal ID Number:||01354|
|Health Subject:||NINE CORE SURGICAL COMPETENCIES|
ROYAL AUSTRALASIAN COLLEGE OF SURGEONS
|Appears in Collections:||Research Output|
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