Peer Assessment

The goal of Peer Assessment is to ensure that members are practicing in an ethical manner using current evidenced based approaches and following the legislation and CASLPO’s regulations and practice standards. It is also designed to be a positive learning process.

A number of members are randomly selected each year to participate in the process. Our Peer Assessors are experienced practicing clinicians and come to the process with a strong sense of what is practical and reasonable.

There are 4 phases to the Peer Assessment process:

  1. You submit your SAT and your evidence of compliance
  2. You are then paired up with a Peer Assessor
  3. The on-line interview
  4. The Peer Assessor’s report which is reviewed by the Quality Assurance Committee.

EN Peer Assessment Program

FR L'évaluation par les pairs

Peer Assessment Guide Guide sur l'évaluation par les pairs
Non-Clinical Peer Assessment Guide

Guide d’evaluation non clinique par les pairs

Clinical Reasoning Tool

L’instrument de raisonnement clinique

Clinical Reasoning Tool - Guide

Guide pour L’utilisation de l’outil de raisonnement clinique

Information for Employers Le programme d’évaluation par les pairs: Information pour les employeurs
Evidence Review Guide - Pilot Guide d’examen des preuves de l’évaluation par les pairs


Peer Assessment Information

Evidence Review Pilot Information - 2023
Peer Assessment Information - 2023

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