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Boot camp de simulación en urología: perspectiva de los delegados no británicos

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Boot camp de simulación en urología : perspectiva de los delegados no británicos. / Sundelin, M O; Silva, J D C; Daele, A V; Savopoulos, V; Pirola, G M; Ranasinghe, S; Cleynenbreugel, B V; Biyani, C S; Kailavasan, M.

In: Actas Urologicas Espanolas, Vol. 45, No. 1, 01.2021, p. 49-56.

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Sundelin, MO, Silva, JDC, Daele, AV, Savopoulos, V, Pirola, GM, Ranasinghe, S, Cleynenbreugel, BV, Biyani, CS & Kailavasan, M 2021, 'Boot camp de simulación en urología: perspectiva de los delegados no británicos', Actas Urologicas Espanolas, vol. 45, no. 1, pp. 49-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acuro.2020.03.013

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Sundelin, M. O., Silva, J. D. C., Daele, A. V., Savopoulos, V., Pirola, G. M., Ranasinghe, S., Cleynenbreugel, B. V., Biyani, C. S., & Kailavasan, M. (2021). Boot camp de simulación en urología: perspectiva de los delegados no británicos. Actas Urologicas Espanolas, 45(1), 49-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acuro.2020.03.013

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Sundelin MO, Silva JDC, Daele AV, Savopoulos V, Pirola GM, Ranasinghe S, Cleynenbreugel BV, Biyani CS, Kailavasan M. 2021. Boot camp de simulación en urología: perspectiva de los delegados no británicos. Actas Urologicas Espanolas. 45(1):49-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acuro.2020.03.013

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Sundelin MO, Silva JDC, Daele AV, Savopoulos V, Pirola GM, Ranasinghe S et al. Boot camp de simulación en urología: perspectiva de los delegados no británicos. Actas Urologicas Espanolas. 2021 Jan;45(1):49-56. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.acuro.2020.03.013

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Sundelin, M O ; Silva, J D C ; Daele, A V ; Savopoulos, V ; Pirola, G M ; Ranasinghe, S ; Cleynenbreugel, B V ; Biyani, C S ; Kailavasan, M. / Boot camp de simulación en urología : perspectiva de los delegados no británicos. In: Actas Urologicas Espanolas. 2021 ; Vol. 45, No. 1. pp. 49-56.

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abstract = "BACKGROUND: Medical simulation has become an integral part of modern-day surgical training. Despite its benefits, it is still not widely incorporated in the curriculum of trainees. The Urology Boot Camp (USBC) is an innovative 5-day course aimed at trainees entering the UK training scheme. Since its implementation, there's been increasing interest by non-UK trainees.OBJECTIVE: To assess the experiences of non-UK trainees in the USBC, both quantitatively and qualitatively, including skills progression analysis.DESIGN, SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS: This double-group cohort retrospective study included 20 delegates from non-UK countries and 76 trainees from UK who attended the USBC in 2017 and 2018. Trainees undertook pre- and post-course MCQs, pre-course operative experience questionnaires and a 12-month post-course survey on the usefulness of the skills acquired.OUTCOME MEASUREMENTS AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS: Differences in mean MCQ scores between UK and non-UK delegates at baseline and after the course were assessed by the independent T-test. Each core urology procedural skill was evaluated by an expert and graded according to a Likert scale (1-5). The Kruskal-Wallis test was used to assess the differences in the scores between both groups on endourological techniques. A Likert scale (1-5) was used to grade the participants' answers to the post-course 12-month survey.RESULTS AND LIMITATIONS: Trainees from UK scored significantly higher in the pre-course MCQ assessment, however after completion of the boot camp, no significant difference was noted. There were no differences between the groups at e-BLUS completion times, and both groups significantly improved their results. A 12-month post-course survey on the utility of training during the boot camp and qualitative evaluation of the course by overseas delegates was very positive.CONCLUSIONS: The USBC is a valuable learning experience that leads to improvement of technical and soft skills of UK and non-UK trainees alike.",
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AU - Sundelin, M O

AU - Silva, J D C

AU - Daele, A V

AU - Savopoulos, V

AU - Pirola, G M

AU - Ranasinghe, S

AU - Cleynenbreugel, B V

AU - Biyani, C S

AU - Kailavasan, M

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PY - 2021/1

Y1 - 2021/1

N2 - BACKGROUND: Medical simulation has become an integral part of modern-day surgical training. Despite its benefits, it is still not widely incorporated in the curriculum of trainees. The Urology Boot Camp (USBC) is an innovative 5-day course aimed at trainees entering the UK training scheme. Since its implementation, there's been increasing interest by non-UK trainees.OBJECTIVE: To assess the experiences of non-UK trainees in the USBC, both quantitatively and qualitatively, including skills progression analysis.DESIGN, SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS: This double-group cohort retrospective study included 20 delegates from non-UK countries and 76 trainees from UK who attended the USBC in 2017 and 2018. Trainees undertook pre- and post-course MCQs, pre-course operative experience questionnaires and a 12-month post-course survey on the usefulness of the skills acquired.OUTCOME MEASUREMENTS AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS: Differences in mean MCQ scores between UK and non-UK delegates at baseline and after the course were assessed by the independent T-test. Each core urology procedural skill was evaluated by an expert and graded according to a Likert scale (1-5). The Kruskal-Wallis test was used to assess the differences in the scores between both groups on endourological techniques. A Likert scale (1-5) was used to grade the participants' answers to the post-course 12-month survey.RESULTS AND LIMITATIONS: Trainees from UK scored significantly higher in the pre-course MCQ assessment, however after completion of the boot camp, no significant difference was noted. There were no differences between the groups at e-BLUS completion times, and both groups significantly improved their results. A 12-month post-course survey on the utility of training during the boot camp and qualitative evaluation of the course by overseas delegates was very positive.CONCLUSIONS: The USBC is a valuable learning experience that leads to improvement of technical and soft skills of UK and non-UK trainees alike.

AB - BACKGROUND: Medical simulation has become an integral part of modern-day surgical training. Despite its benefits, it is still not widely incorporated in the curriculum of trainees. The Urology Boot Camp (USBC) is an innovative 5-day course aimed at trainees entering the UK training scheme. Since its implementation, there's been increasing interest by non-UK trainees.OBJECTIVE: To assess the experiences of non-UK trainees in the USBC, both quantitatively and qualitatively, including skills progression analysis.DESIGN, SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS: This double-group cohort retrospective study included 20 delegates from non-UK countries and 76 trainees from UK who attended the USBC in 2017 and 2018. Trainees undertook pre- and post-course MCQs, pre-course operative experience questionnaires and a 12-month post-course survey on the usefulness of the skills acquired.OUTCOME MEASUREMENTS AND STATISTICAL ANALYSIS: Differences in mean MCQ scores between UK and non-UK delegates at baseline and after the course were assessed by the independent T-test. Each core urology procedural skill was evaluated by an expert and graded according to a Likert scale (1-5). The Kruskal-Wallis test was used to assess the differences in the scores between both groups on endourological techniques. A Likert scale (1-5) was used to grade the participants' answers to the post-course 12-month survey.RESULTS AND LIMITATIONS: Trainees from UK scored significantly higher in the pre-course MCQ assessment, however after completion of the boot camp, no significant difference was noted. There were no differences between the groups at e-BLUS completion times, and both groups significantly improved their results. A 12-month post-course survey on the utility of training during the boot camp and qualitative evaluation of the course by overseas delegates was very positive.CONCLUSIONS: The USBC is a valuable learning experience that leads to improvement of technical and soft skills of UK and non-UK trainees alike.

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