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Clinical Competency Rubric 2022
This requires knowledge of ethical principles, as well as duty-of-care and maintenance of appropriate therapeutic boundaries. The ability to appropriately review potential and actual critical incidents in order to manage consequences and reduce future risk is also an important consideration in this domain. The response to scrutiny of own professional behaviour, being open to feedback and demonstrating a willingness to change is included.
Being able to respond appropriately to feedback as an educational dialogue, demonstrating the ability to reflect on performance, and identifying personal learning needs are important components of this competency. Using critical appraisal skills, actively participating in clinical audits, and demonstrating a commitment to ongoing professional development all form part of this domain of assessment.
CS4.1.1 Adherence to relevant codes and standards of ethical and professional behaviour
CS4.1.2 Duty of care is maintained
CS4.1.4 Critical incidents and potential critical incidents are identified and managed
CS4.2.1 Professional knowledge and skills are reviewed and developed
CS4.2.2 Reflection and self-appraisal are undertaken regularly
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