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What this resource offers

This resource will give you practical tools for conducting an MSF assessment in medical practice and in the Australian Medical Council’s standard pathway (WBA). 

This modular resource provides key information about how to use the MSF assessment tool for assessing medical and health science graduates.  

This resource consists of an introduction and an interactive Prezi presentation. 

Who this resource is for

 This resource has been designed for use by assessors, candidates, WBA providers, health education institutions and training/development teams. 

This resource can be applied for training assessors in both the formative and summative assessment of candidates in a workplace based environment in medicine and may be adaptable for other health professional programs. 

What you will learn 

 By completing this resource you will learn: 

  • What multisource feedback is 
  • What MSF assesses 
  • Practicalities of MSF for doctors and assessors 
  • What scoring is used 
  • How MSF fits into AMC’s Standard Pathway 
  • How to give feedback on an MSF encounter. 

How long will it take?

The resource will take 15-20 minutes to complete. 

To complete this resource, you should review the slides sequentially using the navigation buttons in the Prezi frame or the left and right buttons on your keyboard. The content is also available in PDF (2.15 MB). 

The Prezi is best viewed in full screen with keyboard controls and audio turned on. You can navigate by pressing the left and right arrows on screen or keyboard. 

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