- ABP MOC Part II
- AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™
Research has shown peer observation and feedback to be effective tools for performance improvement in multiple settings, from the classroom to the operating room. This is especially valuable in medicine where successful promotion of behavior change among clinicians is known to be particularly challenging. Upon completion of training, healthcare professionals often have no or limited structured opportunities for observation and feedback by experts or coaches. Peer observation experiences promote reflection and growth and thus have a role far beyond training alone.