Observational Study
Copyright ©2014 Baishideng Publishing Group Inc.
World J Gastroenterol. Dec 14, 2014; 20(46): 17507-17515
Published online Dec 14, 2014. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v20.i46.17507
Table 4 Summary of quantitative course evaluation for 23 participants following the training intervention on a 5-point Likert scale (1: strongly disagree, 5: strongly agree)
Course evaluationStatementMean ± SD
ContentImproved my understanding of patient safety, human factors and the systems approach to error3.95 ± 0.72
Improved my understanding of how to analyse an adverse event and learn from error4.14 ± 0.77
Improved my understanding of solutions to prevent error4.18 ± 0.66
Enhanced my understanding of non-technical skills4.32 ± 0.57
Will enable me to use the Endoscopic Non-Technical Skills framework to reflect upon patient safety issues4.23 ± 0.53
Provided me with a set of strategies to enhance safety in the endoscopy suite4.09 ± 0.43
ImplementationWill change my practice in endoscopy to enhance patient safety4.14 ± 0.83
The learning objectives were met and the take-home message was clear4.32 ± 0.57
Teaching and learning materials were of an appropriate quality4.27 ± 0.55
This course should be mandatory for all members of the Bowel Cancer Screening team3.91 ± 1.11
This course should be offered to non-Bowel Cancer Screening endoscopy teams4.36 ± 0.79
SatisfactionThis course was well delivered and engaging4.23 ± 0.53
Overall, I was satisfied with the course4.18 ± 0.73
I would recommend this course to a colleague4.18 ± 0.80