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The Peer Appraisal Handbook for General Practitioners
  1. M Marshall
  1. National Primary Care Research & Development Centre, Manchester M13 9PL, UK

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    H Haman, S Irvine, D Jelly. (Pp 130; £19.95). Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press, 2001. ISBN 1 85775 570 7.

    Interest in ways of improving quality and promoting greater accountability in general practice have never been greater as the principles of clinical governance become accepted within the National Health Service (NHS). Peer appraisal is not a new concept, even amongst health professionals who often view “new” management ideas with some scepticism. However, it is not widely used in general practice and there is no doubt that this …

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