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The Implementation Gap in Laparoscopic Simulation Training

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title = "The Implementation Gap in Laparoscopic Simulation Training",
abstract = "BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Simulation-based training in laparoscopy can improve patient safety and efficiency of care, but it depends on how it is used. Research in medical education has moved from demonstrating transferability of simulation training to the operating room to how to best implement it. This study aims to investigate how simulation-based training in laparoscopy has been implemented Scandinavia.MATERIAL AND METHODS: An online survey was sent out to medical doctors at surgical, gynecological, and urological departments at 138 hospitals in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The questionnaire included questions on respondents' baseline characteristics, opinions, access, and actual use of simulation-based training in laparoscopy.RESULTS: In total, 738 respondents completed the survey. Of these, 636 (86.2{\%}) of respondents agreed or strongly agreed that simulation-based training in laparoscopy should be mandatory. A total of 602 (81.6{\%}) had access to simulation-based training in laparoscopy. Of the total 738 respondents, 141 (19.1{\%}) were offered structured training courses, 129 (17.5{\%}) were required to reach a predefined level of competency, and 66 (8.9{\%}) had mandatory courses in laparoscopy. In all, 72 (9.8{\%}) had never used simulation-based training in laparoscopy.CONCLUSION: An implementation gap in laparoscopic simulation-based training still exists in Scandinavia. Simulation equipment is generally available, but there is a lack of structured simulation-based training.",
author = "K Fj{\o}rtoft and L Konge and I G{\"o}genur and E Thinggaard",
year = "2018",
month = "9",
day = "12",
doi = "10.1177/1457496918798201",
language = "English",
pages = "1457496918798201",
journal = "Scandinavian Journal of Surgery",
issn = "1457-4969",
publisher = "Suomen Kirurgiyhdistyksen",

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TY - JOUR

T1 - The Implementation Gap in Laparoscopic Simulation Training

AU - Fjørtoft, K

AU - Konge, L

AU - Gögenur, I

AU - Thinggaard, E

PY - 2018/9/12

Y1 - 2018/9/12

N2 - BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Simulation-based training in laparoscopy can improve patient safety and efficiency of care, but it depends on how it is used. Research in medical education has moved from demonstrating transferability of simulation training to the operating room to how to best implement it. This study aims to investigate how simulation-based training in laparoscopy has been implemented Scandinavia.MATERIAL AND METHODS: An online survey was sent out to medical doctors at surgical, gynecological, and urological departments at 138 hospitals in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The questionnaire included questions on respondents' baseline characteristics, opinions, access, and actual use of simulation-based training in laparoscopy.RESULTS: In total, 738 respondents completed the survey. Of these, 636 (86.2%) of respondents agreed or strongly agreed that simulation-based training in laparoscopy should be mandatory. A total of 602 (81.6%) had access to simulation-based training in laparoscopy. Of the total 738 respondents, 141 (19.1%) were offered structured training courses, 129 (17.5%) were required to reach a predefined level of competency, and 66 (8.9%) had mandatory courses in laparoscopy. In all, 72 (9.8%) had never used simulation-based training in laparoscopy.CONCLUSION: An implementation gap in laparoscopic simulation-based training still exists in Scandinavia. Simulation equipment is generally available, but there is a lack of structured simulation-based training.

AB - BACKGROUND AND AIMS: Simulation-based training in laparoscopy can improve patient safety and efficiency of care, but it depends on how it is used. Research in medical education has moved from demonstrating transferability of simulation training to the operating room to how to best implement it. This study aims to investigate how simulation-based training in laparoscopy has been implemented Scandinavia.MATERIAL AND METHODS: An online survey was sent out to medical doctors at surgical, gynecological, and urological departments at 138 hospitals in Denmark, Norway, and Sweden. The questionnaire included questions on respondents' baseline characteristics, opinions, access, and actual use of simulation-based training in laparoscopy.RESULTS: In total, 738 respondents completed the survey. Of these, 636 (86.2%) of respondents agreed or strongly agreed that simulation-based training in laparoscopy should be mandatory. A total of 602 (81.6%) had access to simulation-based training in laparoscopy. Of the total 738 respondents, 141 (19.1%) were offered structured training courses, 129 (17.5%) were required to reach a predefined level of competency, and 66 (8.9%) had mandatory courses in laparoscopy. In all, 72 (9.8%) had never used simulation-based training in laparoscopy.CONCLUSION: An implementation gap in laparoscopic simulation-based training still exists in Scandinavia. Simulation equipment is generally available, but there is a lack of structured simulation-based training.

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DO - 10.1177/1457496918798201

M3 - Journal article

SP - 1457496918798201

JO - Scandinavian Journal of Surgery

JF - Scandinavian Journal of Surgery

SN - 1457-4969

ER -

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