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The Reliability, Validity, and Feasibility of Multisource Feedback Physician Assessment: A Systematic Review

Authors: Tyrone Donnon, Ahmed Al Ansari, Samah Al Alawi, and Claudio Violato.

In this systematic review the authors analyze 43 articles to investigate the reliability, generlizability, validity, and feasibility of 360-degree evaluations for the assessment of physicians.

They found out that this kind of assessment is an effective method for providing feedback to physicians about their clinical and nonclinical (professionalism, interpersonal skills, management) performance.

They conclude that the use of multisource feedback by peers, coworkers, and patients to assess physicians has high reliability, validity, and feasibility.

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* I have no financial interest to disclose (GP).

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