|Program objectives for insurance physician||Learning objectives for insurance physician (IP)'s personal determinants||Change objectives for environmental determinants|
|Knowledge and skills||Attitude||Self-efficacy||Expectations||Availability and uniformity||Support|
|IP makes thorough investigation and records findings transparently in the report.||IP has sufficient knowledge and skills to understand the guidelines and to implement it in practice.||IP accepts the guideline as a practical resource and a useful source of information.||IP considers him/herself capable of applying the guidelines in practice.||IP believes that use of the guidelines can make his/her examinations more thorough and transparent.||IP is trained to use the guideline and has the opportunity to practise using it during the training and subsequently in practice.||
IP's quality-oriented activities are supported by National Institute for Employee Benefits Schemes by putting the emphasis on quality instead of productivity.|
Access to evidence-based medical info via Internet and/or library.
|To do so, IP uses the guidelines in order to ensure quality and uniformity of the assessment.||IP has the skills to perform the examination in line with applicable requirements.||IP supports the profession's general objective of fair assessment based on thoroughness, quality and uniformity.||IP consider him/herself capable of investigating issues associated with the assessment and obtaining guidance from the guideline, literature or colleagues||IP believes that the quality and uniformity of his/her work ability assessments will be enhanced by the information in the guidelines.||Case histories are discussed amongst colleagues by reference to the guideline, enabling IP's to ask questions and learn from one another.||
Staff of the Institute support IP in use of the guidelines and related activities.|
Staff physician encourages use of the guidelines, by testing the IP's reports on guideline adherence.
|IP uses evidence-based information to support work ability assessment||IP has sufficient evidence-based knowledge to recognize and address any lack of skills.||IP sees the guideline as a means to realizing the objective.||IP believes that the information in the guidelines will help him/her make more evidence-based work ability assessments.||Staff physicians provide all IP's with performance feedback and work with IP's to define individual learning programmes so that all attain a similar level.||Netherlands Association of Insurance Medicine supports IP's quality-oriented activities and encourages use of the guidelines.|