FEATURES OF MASTERING PRACTICAL SKILLS BY STUDENTS DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC USING SIMULATION TRAINING METHODS

Abstract

Observed the mastery of practical skills, as competencies for compiling OSСE (Objective structured clinical examination), by 6th year students and interns of various specialties in Odessa national medical university (Ukraine). Practical skills were performed on realistic simulation mannequins. The difference in outcomes was based on different learning conditions during the period of changing quarantine restrictions due to the COVID-19 pandemic in The Whole World. The results of observations were evaluated by the following parameters: time spent performing practical skills (in seconds) and the score (in marks) obtained by checklist. The final results testified a crucial part of the offline mode in mastering practical skills as competencies for compiling an Objective structured clinical examination, and the possibility of organizing theoretical learning processes in the online-form with obtaining certain positive results.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

| Views: 81 | Downloads: 53

Author Biographies

Mykhaylo Pervak, Odessa national medical university

Ph.D. (Medicine), Assistant of the Department of robotic and endoscopic surgery

Olha Yehorenko, Odessa national medical university

Assistant of the Department of robotic and endoscopic surgery

References

Aryaev M.L., Kaplina L.Y., Senkivska L.І., Pavlova V.V. (2020) Pershyi dosvid dystantsiinoho navchannia v medychnykh vuzakh Ukrainy v umovakh COVID-19-karantynu [First experience of online education in medical Universities of Ukraine during COVID-19-quarantine conditions]. Zdorov`e Rebenka. 2020;15(3):195-199. doi: 10.22141/2224-0551.15.3.2020.204555 [in Ukrainian].

Zagorodnya L.I., Yamilova T.M., Chernecka H.V. (2020) Orhanizatsiia dystantsiinoho navchannia likariv-interniv za fakhom “Vnutrishni khvoroby” v Odeskomu natsionalnomu medychnomu universyteti [Organization of online education for interns by speciality “Internal Medicine” in Odessa National Medical University]. Ukrainian research institute of transport medicine, July 7, 2020: 3-6. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3967694 [in Ukrainian].

Louis Martin, Dave Tapp (2019) Teaching with Teams: An introduction to teaching an undergraduate law module using Microsoft Teams // Innovative Practice in Higher Education, Vol 3 (3) April 2019 ISSN: 2044-3315

Artyomenko V.V., Nosenko V.M., Vastyanov R.S. et al. (2015) Simuljacionnoe obuchenie pri lechenii neotlozhnyh sostojanij v medicine [Simulation education during acute conditions in medicine]. New medical-biological technologies, 2015 № 2(26):58-64 [in Russian].

Marichereda V.G., Mogylevkyna I.O., Konkov D.G. et al. by com. red. DMs, prof. V.G. Maricheredy (2020) Orhanizatsiia ta provedennia obiektyvnoho strukturovanoho klinichnoho ispytu: metodychni rekomendatsii [Organization and conduction of objective structured clinical exam: methodical recommendations]. Odesa: Odesa national medical. university, 2020.84p [in Ukrainian].

Balkizov Z.Z., Semenova T.V. (2016) Obektivnyj strukturirovannyj klinicheskij jekzamen [Objective structured clinical exam. Guide.] Medical education and professional development, 2016. № 3 (25):27-62. [in Russian].

Marichereda V.G., Rogachevsky O.P., Borsh V.I., Kryvtsova N.V. (2018) Modern technologies of advancing the qualities of medical education. Integrative anthropology, 2018. № 2 (32):70-74.

Artyomenko V.V., Nosenko V.M. (2017) Anesthesiologists` simulation training during emergencies in obstetrics. Romanian Journal of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 2017 Vol 24 No 1, 37-40. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.21454/rjaic.7518.241.dym

Dan Sebastian Dirzu (2017) Medical simulation - a costly but essential teaching tool // Romanian Journal of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care, 2017 Vol 24 № 1, 5-6 DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21454/rjaic.7518.241.drz

Kate E Hughes, David Biffar, Eze O Ahanonu, Thomas M Cahir, Allan Hamilton, John C Sakles (2018) Evaluation of an Innovative Bleeding Cricothyrotomy Model. Cureus. 2018 Sep; 10(9): e3327. Published online 2018 Sep 18. doi: 10.7759/cureus.3327 PMCID: PMC6248871

Issa N, Liddy WE, Samant S, et al (2020) Emergency cricothyrotomy during the COVID-19 pandemic: how to suppress aerosolization Trauma Surgery & Acute Care Open 2020;5:e000542. doi: 10.1136/tsaco-2020-000542

Šifrer, R., Urbančič, J., Piazza, C. et al. Emergent tracheostomy during the pandemic of COVID-19: Slovenian National Recommendations. Eur Arch Otorhinolaryngol (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00405-020-06318-8

Sattler L A, Schuety C, Nau M, et al. (December 09, 2020) Simulation-Based Medical Education Improves Procedural Confidence in Core Invasive Procedures for Military Internal Medicine Residents. Cureus 12(12): e11998. doi:10.7759/cureus.11998

Gustafson ML, Hensley B, Dotson M, Broce M, Tager A. Comparison of Manikin Versus Porcine Trachea Models When Teaching Emergent Cricothyroidotomy Among Emergency Medicine Residents. AEM Educ Train. 2019 Apr 7;3(3):280-285. doi: 10.1002/aet2.10333. PMID: 31360821; PMCID: PMC6637022.

Zasso, F.B., You-Ten, K.E., Ryu, M. et al. Complications of cricothyroidotomy versus tracheostomy in emergency surgical airway management: a systematic review. BMC Anesthesiol 20, 216 (2020). https://doi.org/10.1186/s12871-020-01135-2

Published
2021-01-28