Journal article

Improving the utility of multisource feedback for medical consultants in a tertiary hospital: a study of the psychometric properties of a survey tool

Helen Corbett, Kristen Pearson, Leila Karimi, Wen Kwang Lim

AUSTRALIAN HEALTH REVIEW | CSIRO PUBLISHING | Published : 2019

Abstract

Objective The aim of this study was to investigate the psychometric properties of a multisource review survey tool for medical consultants in an Australian health care setting. Methods Two sets of survey data from a convenience sample of medical consultants were analysed using SPSS, comprising self-assessment data from 73 consultants and data from 734 peer reviewers. The 20-question survey consisted of three subscales, plus an additional global question for reviewers. Analysis included the reliability coefficient (α) of the scale and the three subscales, inter-rater reliability or agreement and validity of the model, correlation between the single global question, the total performance score..

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