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Assessors' Reports on Advisory Appointments Committees

  • Peter Brook
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Since 1970, College assessors on consultant appointments committees have been asked to supply information on a confidential basis about applicants and those interviewed. The information includes the number of applicants, assessors' opinions on their training and experience, numbers interviewed, their quality, and the main deficiencies of all those seen; finally, the number of overseas graduates applying or short-listed. In addition, the assessors are asked to make any general comments about the interview, and these have sometimes taken the form of a letter or memorandum, paricularly when the assessor has felt unhappy about the candidate appointed.

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1. The Senior Registrar Survey: First Year Follow-Up News and Notes, May 1976. 1415.
2. The Senior Registrar Survey: Second Year Follow-Up: British Journal of Psychiatry. 132, 9698.
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Assessors' Reports on Advisory Appointments Committees

  • Peter Brook
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