AppraisalAid is categorised in to the six areas of supporting evidence required for appraisal, each packed with downloadable templates, best practice, useful tips and frequently asked questions.
Using AppraisalAid to stock your appraisal toolkit with appraiser-friendly goodies
When it comes to your appraisal, think of your chosen appraisal toolkit (Clarity etc) as a display cabinet. It has nicely labelled shelves for your appraiser to browse. But you need some interesting goodies to put on the shelves. This is where your completed NASGP AppraisalAid templates come in. You’ve already done the demanding, thinking work. Adding your reflections to your toolkit is now an admin task of copy and paste, and perhaps a document upload.
A portable, searchable learning system for appraisal
But your learning isn’t just to be locked away for your appraisal. How would it be if next time you see a patient with Bell’s palsy, you don’t have to spend 30 minutes researching the prednisolone dosing regime, but you could look up your case review from 18 months ago to remind yourself?
Developing your own learning system using cloud-based document storage will give you access to your own portable, easy-to-search, record of learning carried with you to every practice that has a modern internet browser, or on your smartphone with 3G/4G.