Self- and peer review in Exit work (and the larger work field of rehabilitation) can be a crucial part of quality management processes in daily practice. Unfortunately, in large parts of the P/CVE field, a lack of ‘culture’ of quality control, in which systematic reviews could be implemented, persists. Instead, high external pressure has lead to a very practical hands-on tradition in the work field, which now needs to be supplemented with space for critical reflection.
Experiences from first-line practitioners show, that in many projects, approaches and organisations, a number of – often structural – issues are still hindering the implementation of meaningful peer- and self-review processes in order to conduct meaningful self- and peer-review, sufficient staff and time capacities need to be available. Read more