Clinical practice visits: a rapid review.

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Summary of "Clinical practice visits: a rapid review."

Practice visits are a peer review activity where one or more healthcare providers visit the practice of another in the same field. The purpose of this exercise is for visitors to observe and review a host's practice in a non-punitive manner and provide them with constructive feedback as required; ultimately to improve practice quality and patient care.


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Name: ANZ journal of surgery
ISSN: 1445-2197


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