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Making the Best Use of MSF A Trainee Guide

Making the Best Use of MSF A Trainee Guide

Making the Best Use of MSF A Trainee Guide

David Bruce and Elaine McNaughton and Emma C. Wilson and Joan Sargeant
David Bruce and Elaine McNaughton and Emma C. Wilson and Joan Sargeant
on behalf of Health Education England

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Launch date: 12 Mar 2018
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Last updated: 27 Mar 2018

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Description

This session provides a rationale for multi-source feedback (MSF) as used in medical training. It outlines the principles and concepts of MSF and gives guidance on how to make best use of MSF in improving performance.

Objectives

By the end of this session you will be able to:
● Explain the rationale and development of multi-source feedback
● Describe how to get the most out of multi-source feedback by evaluating multi-source feedback and demonstrating how this may be used for personal development
● Describe the scope and practicalities of multi-source feedback"
David Bruce and Elaine McNaughton and Emma C. Wilson and Joan Sargeant

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David Bruce and Elaine McNaughton and Emma C. Wilson and Joan Sargeant
on behalf of Health Education England

David Bruce - A graduate of Dundee University, David has worked in Dundee as a Partner in General Practice since 1986. David now splits his time between Practice, his role as Director for Postgraduate GP Education for East of Scotland and supporting Foundation Y1 and Y2 Trainees as Associate Dean. David was involved in the development of Workplace-Based Assessment for General Practice Speciality Training and has a special interest in GP Revalidation. David has published a number of papers on Assessment and Revalidation.

Elaine McNaughton - A graduate of Dundee University, Elaine has been a Partner in General Practice since 1986. Elaine is also a Programme Director for the Eastward General Practice Specialty Training Programme, which includes an Innovative Training Programme based in Angus that Elaine developed and piloted. A paper on this work was published. Elaine is also involved in Career Management for both Undergraduate and Postgraduate Trainees. She has a keen interest in Assessment and, in particular, the development of the ECO Model and delivery of feedback to trainees.

Emma Wilson - Emma graduated from Aberdeen Medical School in 2003. She now works as a sessional GP and part-time in the East of Scotland Postgraduate GP Unit as a Medical Education Fellow. Emma had first-hand experience of multi-source feedback as a General Practice Specialty Trainee, achieving an MRCGP in 2008.

Joan Sargeant - Joan is an educator and researcher who graduated with her PhD in medical education from the University of Maastricht, The Netherlands, where her dissertation addressed multi-source feedback and facilitating use of assessment feedback to promote learning and improvement. Research interests include performance assessment, how assessment feedback is provided and used, self-assessment, and communication skills. She has published a number of papers on MSF, assessment, reflection, feedback and self-assessment. As Director of the Program for Health and Medical Education Research, she fosters and supports medical, health and interprofessional education research at Dalhousie University."

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  • Health Education England
  • 0.50 Units -
    Exam Pass Rate: 60

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