Multisource Feedback for Supervisors
- Have you ever wondered how effective a supervisor you are?
- Are you curious about whether there might be a gap between your intentions and the actual perceptions of your trainees?
- Would you like constructive feedback on your strengths as a supervisor, together with potential areas for development?
Supervision is central to the success of clinical education and training. The online Multisource feedback tool (MSF) has been specifically designed to give supervisors the opportunity to get individual feedback from their learners on the quality of their supervision.
The benefits for supervisors
- Useful structured feedback to help you improve as a supervisor
- Evidence for your supervisor's portfolio, appraisal and revalidation
- A structured report containing mean scores and anonymised written comments
- A free, quick and easy to use online system that can be accessed anywhere, any time
- An unlimited resource that can be re-visited and used on an ongoing basis
The benefits for trainees
- An opportunity to provide constructive feedback to your supervisor
- An opportunity to reflect on how supervision helps you
- Evidence of participation in quality assurance systems as required by healthcare regulators
- A useful means of considering approaches to supervision styles in the context of your own future personal development
Who can use the MSF tool?
The tool is available for all supervisors working in London healthcare organisations.
How does it work
Once you have accessed your account, nominate five learners who you have supervised within the past year (you will need to supply their email addresses)
If a minimum of three questionnaires have been completed, you will receive an interim report. Your account will remain open until this threshold of five raters has been reached (up to 3 years), so that you nominate each new trainee you have until the threshold is reached. We recognise that for some supervisors it may take a couple of years to accumulate the data required to receive a report.
How do I find out more about using the MSF tool?