Table 1Participants’ feedback on authenticity of the simulation training model

Item statementMeana (± SD)P valueb
Hospital 1 (n = 17)Hospital 2 (n = 38)
1. The physical setting of the training was realistic5.44 (0.63)5.39 (0.72)0.84
2. Patient scenarios reflected realistic situations that teams might face in OR5.56 (0.51)5.50 (0.76)0.77
3. Scenarios were effective for examining teamwork and patient safety practices5.44 (0.63)5.68 (0.47)0.12
4. During scenarios, I momentarily forgot about simulation and acted as if the situation were real5.13 (0.96)4.89 (0.92)0.41
5. The composition of the OR team reflected what I experienced in the real life setting5.00 (1.10)5.45 (0.76)0.09
6. Overall, the program was valuable experience5.56 (0.63)5.76 (0.49)0.21
7. I would encourage colleagues to enroll in this training program5.56 (0.63)5.76 (0.43)0.18
a

Based on 6-point Likert-type scale: Definitely no = 1; Definitely yes = 6

b

t-test

From: The Mobile Mock Operating Room: Bringing Team Training to the Point of Care

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Advances in Patient Safety: New Directions and Alternative Approaches (Vol. 3: Performance and Tools).
Henriksen K, Battles JB, Keyes MA, et al., editors.

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