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AuthorNasir Ahmad, Ch H.
AuthorSethi, Ahsan
AuthorKhan, Rehan Ahmed
Available date2021-10-28T05:21:55Z
Publication Date2021-11-01
Publication NamePakistan Journal of Medical Sciences
Identifierhttp://dx.doi.org/10.12669/pjms.37.7.4155
CitationAhmad CN, Sethi A, Khan RA. Impact of implementing multisource feedback on behaviors of young doctors. Pak J Med Sci. 2021;37(7):1953-1958. doi: https://doi.org/10.12669/pjms.37.7.4155
ISSN1682024X
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10576/24704
AbstractObjectives: Multisource feedback (MSF) is a workplace-based assessment tool that offers 360-degree evaluation of the trainee doctor. Little is known about its receptiveness among stakeholders in Pakistan. This study explores house officers’ perceptions regarding MSF since its implementation in Eye Unit-II, Institute of Ophthalmology, King Edward Medical University/ Mayo Hospital, Lahore. Methods: A qualitative case study was conducted from July 2019 to February 2020 in Eye Unit II. A purposive (maximum variation) sample of 12 house surgeons was taken. Two focus group discussions were conducted. Data were transcribed and analyzed thematically. Results: The study identified the impact of MSF on house surgeons. Most participants reported positive experiences. The feedback they received increased their motivation, management skills and team working. A number of factors affecting the receptiveness of MSF were also identified which mainly included characteristics of raters and emotional response to MSF. Conclusion: Multisource Feedback is a useful tool for feedback that impacts the young doctors in many ways. It contributes to increasing their sense of responsibility, management skills and self-directed learning. The improvement in individual abilities and teamwork also helped in improving patient care.
Languageen
PublisherPROFESSIONAL MEDICAL PUBLICATIONS
SubjectMultisource Feedback
SubjectOphthalmology
SubjectPakistan
SubjectQualitative
SubjectResearch
SubjectSurgeons
SubjectWorkplace based assessment
TitleImpact of implementing multisource feedback on behaviors of young doctors
TypeArticle
Pagination1953-1958
Issue Number7
Volume Number37


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