évaluation d'un labyrinthe pédagogique pour l'enseignement de la traumatologie grave

Translated title of the contribution: Assessment of an educational maze for major trauma care teaching

A. Cuisinier, C. Schilte, P. Declety, M. Baudrant, J. Picard, K. Berger, P. Bouzat, S. Gay, D. Falcon, J. L. Bosson, J. F. Payen, P. Albaladejo

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Abstract

Background: Assess efficacy, satisfaction and usefulness of an educational maze based on posters and audioguide for major trauma care teaching to medical students. The educational maze consists of posters with audio comments recorded in an audioguide. This tool was part of a larger educational program including medical simulation. Study design: Prospective, interventional, observational, monocentric study. Student: Medical student of Grenoble University Hospital, in the four last years of medical school, following a training course in anesthesia, emergency medical services and intensive care units. Method: Forty essentials key messages for major trauma management were included in 10 posters and audioguides. A first assessment with short opened answers was handed to the students at the end of the educational maze to assess their memorization. A second assessment with simple choice answers regarding satisfaction and usefulness of this new educational tool was realized at the end of the entire program. Result: One hundred and eighty-four medical students attending the major trauma program were included in this study. On the first test, 75% of essential knowledge on major trauma management was memorized by more than 50% of the medical students. On the second test, 94% of medical students had a high satisfaction level of this educational maze. Conclusion: An educational maze based on posters and audioguides seems to be an efficient, useful tool for teaching essential knowledge on major trauma management to medical students.

Translated title of the contributionAssessment of an educational maze for major trauma care teaching
Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)857-862
Number of pages6
JournalAnnales francaises d'anesthesie et de reanimation
Volume31
Issue number11
DOIs
StatePublished - Nov 1 2012

Keywords

  • Audioguides
  • Maze learning
  • Medical pedagogy
  • Posters
  • Severe trauma

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

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