Combining a leadership course and multi-source feedback has no effect on leadership skills of leaders in postgraduate medical education. An intervention study with a control group

@inproceedings{Malling2009CombiningAL,
  title={Combining a leadership course and multi-source feedback has no effect on leadership skills of leaders in postgraduate medical education. An intervention study with a control group},
  author={Bente Vigh Malling and Lene Stouby Mortensen and Thomas Bonderup and Albert Jakob Johannus Antonius Scherpbier and Charlotte Vibeke Ringsted},
  booktitle={BMC medical education},
  year={2009}
}
BACKGROUND Leadership courses and multi-source feedback are widely used developmental tools for leaders in health care. On this background we aimed to study the additional effect of a leadership course following a multi-source feedback procedure compared to multi-source feedback alone especially regarding development of leadership skills over time. METHODS Study participants were consultants responsible for postgraduate medical education at clinical departments. STUDY DESIGN pre-post… CONTINUE READING

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