A HYBRID TRAINING COURSEIS EFFECTIVE FOR TEACHINGPROCEDURAL SKILLS TORESIDENTS	Yoshikazu Asada, Yoshihiko Suzuki,Tsuyoshi ...
Background	•  There are numerous e-learning tools for   medical education.•  These tools are good for gaining knowledge•  ...
The Training Course	•  Hybrid training program   •  Including both e-learning and simulation• Learners : Residents•  Theme...
Timetable	Guidance 	                      5 min	Pre-test	                       5 min	e-Learning 	                    20 m...
Results	  •  Participants : 17 ResidentsQuestions (about understanding)	         mean ± SD	Do you understand the procedure...
Results	Questions (about satisfaction)	           mean ± SD	Was the training with simulator useful?	 6.8 ± 0.4	Was the tra...
Plans for improvement	 •  Make the pre-test and videos  prerequisites for the training •  Make a rubric for skills evaluat...
Conclusions	•  A hybrid training program for residents was   held, including e-learning, dry simulation   and wet simulati...
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  1. 1. A HYBRID TRAINING COURSEIS EFFECTIVE FOR TEACHINGPROCEDURAL SKILLS TORESIDENTS Yoshikazu Asada, Yoshihiko Suzuki,Tsuyoshi Hasegawa, Alan Lefor andRyutaro Kawano
  2. 2. Background •  There are numerous e-learning tools for medical education.•  These tools are good for gaining knowledge•  However, it is difficult to teach manual skills with e-learning.•  The advantages of e-learning and simulation training should be combined to use the various modalities in an optimal fashion.
  3. 3. The Training Course •  Hybrid training program •  Including both e-learning and simulation• Learners : Residents•  Theme : Thoracostomy tube placement and thoracentesis•  Designed as a pilot study
  4. 4. Timetable Guidance 5 min Pre-test 5 min e-Learning 20 min Dry simulation 45 min Wet simulation 45 minShort debriefing 10 minPost-test and questionnaire 10 min
  5. 5. Results •  Participants : 17 ResidentsQuestions (about understanding) mean ± SD Do you understand the procedures? 5.8 ± 1.3 Can you do it properly? 4.8 ± 1.0 Can you teach it to another resident? 4.0 ± 0.6
  6. 6. Results Questions (about satisfaction) mean ± SD Was the training with simulator useful? 6.8 ± 0.4 Was the training with meat useful? 6.3 ± 1.0 Was there enough time with the 6.5 ± 0.8 simulator? Was there enough time with the meat? 6.5 ± 0.8 Did you understand the instructions? 6.5 ± 0.8 Was the movie comprehensible? 6.6 ± 0.5 Was the difficulty of the test adequate? 5.0 ± 1.4
  7. 7. Plans for improvement •  Make the pre-test and videos prerequisites for the training •  Make a rubric for skills evaluation •  Conduct simulation training while watching the videos, not after watching
  8. 8. Conclusions •  A hybrid training program for residents was held, including e-learning, dry simulation and wet simulation.•  Participants were satisfied with the training.•  Future improvement of this program •  Make the pre-test and videos as prerequisites for the training. •  Make a rubric for skills evaluation
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