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Day 2
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Methods of the Course
– Part 2
• Presentations
• Plenary discussions
• Small group work & role play
• Live “mini” appraisals – appraiser; appraisee;
observer giving feedback (videoed)
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Objectives of Day 2
• Guiding an appraisee in developing a PDP
• Enhanced understanding and skills in preparing for an
appraisal interview
• Conduct an appraisal which engages & stimulates the
appraisee
• Discuss ‘difficult appraisals’
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Structure of the day
• Role play with fictional PDPs
• Further development of generic appraisal skills
• The live “mini” appraisal – 40 minutes, then 20
minutes feedback & discussion (all in the small group)
• Discussion about ‘difficult appraisals’
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Ground Rules
Time keeping
Mobile phones
Respect confidentiality
Avoid jargon
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Personal Development Plans
A key outcome of the appraisal interview
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Key Questions
• What – develop or do differently? Be specific
• Why – how did you identify? and relevance?
• How – will you learn this?
Knowledge/skills/attitude?
• When - Timescale?
• How - will you know you have achieved objective?
• How – will you demonstrate this?
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Under Developed Example
• Development need: Update on eating disorders
• How will I address the need? Reading
• Timescale: In the next year
• Outcome: I will feel more confident about this
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Better Example
• Development need: The management of patients
with eating disorders, specifically anorexia nervosa.
I realised after a difficult clinical situation when a
patient was under my care who was anorexic, that I
was not confident in managing these patients.
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How will I address the need?
• I have arranged to discuss this case with a colleague
who specialises in this condition – in the next two
weeks.
• Before this I will carry out an internet search for
resources - review articles, online learning.
• Ask my colleague for suggestions about any other
suitable resources.
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Time scale
• Internet Search and discuss with colleague - within the
next two months.
• Review any changes to management over the next
year.
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Outcome
• I will write up this case as a clinical case review.
• I will present this at our clinical meeting.
• I will discuss with our specialist trainees.
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PDPs – remember!!
• Specific
• Measurable
• Achievable
• Relevant/Realistic
• Time specific
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A Quick Reminder!
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Three Roles
• Appraiser
• Appraisee
• Observer
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As an appraiser …
• Open positively and constructively
• Cover confidentiality & caveats
• Check agenda still relevant
• Keep discussion on track
• Probe & challenge
• Summarise at end of key sections with agreed
outcomes/action points. Take notes for completion of
Form 4.
• Action plan/PDP relevant & owned by appraisee
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As an appraisee …
• Understands the
principles of the scheme
• Uses the interview to
• Assertive: confident
enough to seek and
handle challenges from
gain insight & to address
appraiser & to express
professional needs
their needs
• Willing to spend time
preparing
• Able to listen
• Able to reflect on &
analyse past
performance & events
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As an observer …
• Focus on appraisal skills & techniques
• Take notes with examples to support views/opinion
• Structure feedback logically
• Be supportive to appraiser but don’t fudge issues –
address areas which could have been handled
differently, or better, with suggestions!
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Difficult Appraisals
• What appraisals do you think may cause you difficulty
and why?
• How can you address these difficulties?
• What support would help?
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End of day evaluation
• Please complete the post course evaluation form
• Any further questions?
Contact [email protected]
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