Determining procedures for simulation-based training in radiology: a nationwide needs assessment

Leizl Joy Nayahangan, Kristina Rue Nielsen, Elisabeth Albrecht-Beste, Michael Bachmann Nielsen, Charlotte Paltved, Karen Gilboe Lindorff-Larsen, Bjørn Ulrik Nielsen, Lars Konge

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Objectives: New training modalities such as simulation are widely accepted in radiology; however, development of effective simulation-based training programs is challenging. They are often unstructured and based on convenience or coincidence. The study objective was to perform a nationwide needs assessment to identify and prioritize technical procedures that should be included in a simulation-based curriculum. Methods: A needs assessment using the Delphi method was completed among 91 key leaders in radiology. Round 1 identified technical procedures that radiologists should learn. Round 2 explored frequency of procedure, number of radiologists performing the procedure, risk and/or discomfort for patients, and feasibility for simulation. Round 3 was elimination and prioritization of procedures. Results: Response rates were 67 %, 70 % and 66 %, respectively. In Round 1, 22 technical procedures were included. Round 2 resulted in pre-prioritization of procedures. In round 3, 13 procedures were included in the final prioritized list. The three highly prioritized procedures were ultrasound-guided (US) histological biopsy and fine-needle aspiration, US-guided needle puncture and catheter drainage, and basic abdominal ultrasound. Conclusion: A needs assessment identified and prioritized 13 technical procedures to include in a simulation-based curriculum. The list may be used as guide for development of training programs. Key Points: • Simulation-based training can supplement training on patients in radiology.• Development of simulation-based training should follow a structured approach.• The CAMES Needs Assessment Formula explores needs for simulation training.• A national Delphi study identified and prioritized procedures suitable for simulation training.• The prioritized list serves as guide for development of courses in radiology.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TidsskriftEuropean Journal of Radiology
Vol/bind28
Udgave nummer6
Sider (fra-til)2319–2327
Antal sider9
ISSN0720-048X
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2018

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Paracentesis
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Program Development
Fine Needle Biopsy
Needles
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Nayahangan, L. J., Nielsen, K. R., Albrecht-Beste, E., Bachmann Nielsen, M., Paltved, C., Lindorff-Larsen, K. G., ... Konge, L. (2018). Determining procedures for simulation-based training in radiology: a nationwide needs assessment. European Journal of Radiology, 28(6), 2319–2327. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00330-017-5244-7
Nayahangan, Leizl Joy ; Nielsen, Kristina Rue ; Albrecht-Beste, Elisabeth ; Bachmann Nielsen, Michael ; Paltved, Charlotte ; Lindorff-Larsen, Karen Gilboe ; Nielsen, Bjørn Ulrik ; Konge, Lars. / Determining procedures for simulation-based training in radiology : a nationwide needs assessment. I: European Journal of Radiology. 2018 ; Bind 28, Nr. 6. s. 2319–2327.
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