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Training Cesarean Section: A Scoping Review

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Summary Statement This study is a scoping review that reviews the existing literature on educational strategies in training of cesarean section. A systematic search was carried out in relevant databases, identifying 28 studies for inclusion. Thematic analysis revealed the following training strategies: simulation-based training (team training, in situ training, technical training), simulators (low-fidelity simulators, high-fidelity simulators), clinical training, e-learning or videos, classroom-based learning (lectures, small groups), and assessment (assessment programs/interventions, assessment of learners). Simulation-based training provides a unique milieu for training in a safe and controlled environment. Simulation-based team training is widely accepted and used in obstetrics and improves nontechnical skills, which are important in emergency cesarean section. High-fidelity simulators are advanced and realistic, but because of the expense, low-fidelity simulators may provide a reasonable method for training surgical skills. The literature in training and assessment of surgical skills in relation to cesarean section is sparse, and more studies are warranted.

Original languageEnglish
JournalSimulation in healthcare : journal of the Society for Simulation in Healthcare
Volume14
Issue number4
Pages (from-to)264-270
Number of pages7
ISSN1559-2332
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Publication statusPublished - Aug 2019

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  • Cesarean section, education, nontechnical skills, obstetrics, simulation, technical skills

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