core competencies


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core competencies

A general term for those skills that a GP or specialist in the UK is expected to know and perform without endangering a patient. Family doctors would be expected to be competent in primary care management, patient centred-care, specific problem-solving skills, comprehensive approach to patients, community orientation, and holistic care.
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'For example, NEPA lacked core competencies even though it had a lot of non-human resources.
For more information on "Core Competencies for Interprofessional Collaboration Practice," visit www.
Several important publications have influenced the development of core competencies in practice and education.
The term 'green core competencies' was first used by Prahalad and Hamel in 1990.
First, it presents a conceptual framework, drawn from previous research, for understanding the core competencies of a firm, revealing the internal dynamic and elements of the core competence.
In coming months, core competencies, recommended curriculum, and other requirements described above will be developed by GSA and the U.
Reducing the HR core competencies from 10 to 4 tasks.
For a copy of the report of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Trustee Core Competencies and for more information on the Competency-Based Governance Tool Kit, visit the Center's website at www.americangovernance.com.
The business processes and capabilities that are not its core competencies but are necessary for providing products and services to customers should either be performed at the least total cost internally or for the least total cost by a supplier with the appropriate capabilities.
During the past 20 years, NIC has used several documents to help guide the development of core competencies for parole board members and staff.
The National Collaboration for Youth has established a common set of core competencies for paid and volunteer staff who work with youth.

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