Students and Trainers' Evaluations Correlation

2019-05-27 22:13:11 | BioPortfolio


The delegation of procedures within the medical competence to the nurses can increase the effectiveness of the healthcare provided. The objectives of the study are (1) to assess the quality of training courses for delegated surgical procedures through implementation for graduate scrub nursing ("students") (2) and to evaluate the correlation between the evaluation of this training carried out by students and the self-assessment conducted by the faculty ("trainers").

Study Design


Surgical Procedure, Unspecified


Educational simulation




Centre de l'arthrose, Paris

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