The competency movement in the health professions: ensuring consistent standards or reproducing conventional domains of practice?
- 728 Downloads
- Australian Association of Occupational Therapists (2009). Australian competency standards for entry-level occupational therapists. Available at: http://svc048.wic138dp.server-web.com/images/File/Australian%20Competency%20Standards%20for%20Entry%20Level%20OTs%201994.pdf. Accessed April 9 2009.
- Canadian Nurses Association (2005). Canadian nurse practitioner core competency framework. Available at: http://www.cno.org/for/rnec/pdf/CompetencyFramework_en.pdf. Accessed March 21 2009.
- Canadian Patient Safety Institute (2008). The safety competences: Enhancing patient safety across the professions. Available at: http://www.patientsafetyinstitute.ca/English/education/safetyCompetencies/Pages/default.aspx. Accessed April 22 2009.
- National Center for Gerontological Social Work Education (2009). Foundation gerontological social work competencies. Available at: http://depts.washington.edu/geroctr/Curriculum3/sub3_3_1Competencies.html. Accessed April 15 2009.
- NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement (2009). Medical leadership competency framework. Available at: http://www.institute.nhs.uk/assessment_tool/general/medical_leadership_competency_framework_-_homepage.html. Accessed April 2 2009.
- Public Health Agency of Canada (2007). Core competencies for public health in Canada release 1.0. Available at: www.phac-aspc.gc.ca/core_competencies. Accessed April 9 2009.
- Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada (2005). The CanMEDS physician competency framework. Available at: http://rcpsc.medical.org/canmeds/index.php. Accessed April 22 2009.
- Wright Mills, C. (2000). The power elite (New Edition). New York: Oxford University Press.Google Scholar
© Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 2009