The South Wales Peer Review Group: A Case Study in Collaboration Part 1

Nizar Mhani*, Peter V Fowler, Benjamin Lewis, Carlen Chandler, Aman Ulhag, Christine Smith, Julie C Williams, Stefan Abela, Upen Vithlani

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Abstract

In this two-part article a novel case study is presented of how peer group collaboration, facilitated through digital technology, can be used to aid and facilitate the development of strategies for overcoming work-based challenges. Part 1 illustrates the importance of peer review in dentistry, introduces the inception of the South Wales Peer Review Group and explores the process of assembling the team of collaborators.
CPD/Clinical Relevance: During the COVID-19 pandemic, new strategies and protocols need to be developed to adhere to emerging and changing guidelines. The process of peer group collaboration is important for shaping the new service beyond the pandemic.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)141-144
Number of pages4
JournalOrthodontic Update
Volume13
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2020

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    Mhani, N., Fowler, P. V., Lewis, B., Chandler, C., Ulhag, A., Smith, C., Williams, J. C., Abela, S., & Vithlani, U. (2020). The South Wales Peer Review Group: A Case Study in Collaboration Part 1. Orthodontic Update, 13(3), 141-144. https://doi.org/doi.org/10.12968/ortu.2020.13.3.141