b'Minimum criteria for assessing Good Professional Practice: 1 Demonstrates Safety and Quality of Patient careIs vigilant in planning, execution and documentation of clinical activityComplies with local infection control measuresCompletes and presents findings of clinical Audit2 Demonstrates an ability to relate to patients and plan, deliver and document clinical careNegotiates with other team members to prioritise patient care, taking into account factors including urgency of care, patient and procedural requirements3 Demonstrates Communication and interpersonal skillsDemonstrates a respectful attitude towards all members of inter-professional team4 Demonstrates Collaboration and TeamworkWorks collaboratively with colleagues and other healthcare professionals e.g. on research, educational and quality assurance and other administrative tasks5 Demonstrates Management Demonstrates personal management as demonstrated through punctuality, reliability, ability to cope with stress and organisational skillsDemonstrates leadership in healthcaree.g. evidence of committee participation, rota co-ordinator, LAT, CAT, appraisal of guidelines, protocols or care bundles6 Demonstrates ScholarshipDemonstrates ability to teach a skill e.g. Gives a lecture/facilitates a tutorialDemonstrates attendance at scientific meetings7 Demonstrates ProfessionalismExhibits appropriate professional behaviour, including:Showing respect for confidentiality and privacy of patients and colleaguesWorking in a calm and consistent manner even in a stressful situationResponding to request for assistance or advice, taking responsibility for ensuring ongoing care8 Demonstrates Clinical Skills12-18 months senior on call in model 4 or approved model 4 specialty hospital(See Experience for full on call description)Demonstrates management of the complex case (ASA 3-4)9 Reflection: minimum of 6 reflections throughout training, documented in e-Portfolio14 Curriculum for the National Specialist Anaesthesiology Training Programme'