To support your success in demonstrating the necessary competencies for medical practice. Together with other initiatives under the Physician Quality Assessment and Improvement umbrella, MSF is an important component in creating a culture of quality and continuous improvement across the physician communities.
What is MSF?
Medical Quality Council-derived online survey to support physicians understanding of and demonstration of medical practice competencies as per the CanMEDS framework. Rather than a quality assurance initiative, the goal is the development of personal insight and self-awareness for the purpose of practice improvement.
What is the MSF Process?
- Physician Peer Coaching Workshop: Medical leaders attend a workshop to receive hands on opportunities to both learn about MSF and to practice providing facilitated feedback to peers (become a reviewer). Completion of the coaching workshop is mandatory for leadership to attend prior to the launching the MSF within each site.
- Initial Launch of MSF: Physician reviewers complete the MSF survey themselves & practice a facilitated feedback sessions with peers.
- Ongoing Launch of MSF: Physician reviewers then invite 5 or 20% (whichever number is smaller) of departmental physicians to participate in MSF each year with the goals of the entire department participating within 5 years
Physician Roles in MSF
Follow these links to read about each position involved in MSF.
How to get started?
Contact: Laurie Kilburn via email @ firstname.lastname@example.org