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Participants and facilitators

Possible participants and facilitators of a short course on postoperative care that met the criteria for inclusion in the final round were presented to the panellists. Regional differences in what the panellists considered important to include, has resulted in the variation seen below.

In the final round, to categorise the importance of each possible participant and facilitator, panellists were asked to indicate for each whether they are important to include in a short course on postoperative care (yes or no). A star (*) indicates that 100% of panellists in the region thought the participant or panellist was important. The remainder were arranged in order of importance based on panellist views.

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Participants

African region 

Americas region 

South West Asian & Western Pacific regions 

* Non-Physician anaesthesia providers (e.g. nurse anaesthetists)

* Physician specialist anaesthesia providers (e.g. anaesthesiology trainees and consultants)

* Physician specialist anaesthesia providers (e.g. anaesthesiology trainees and consultants)

* Nurses (operating theatre & recovery)

Nurses (operating theatre & recovery)

* Nurses (operating theatre & recovery)

* Physician non-specialist anaesthesia providers

Specialist operative surgical providers (e.g. specialist surgical trainees and consultants)

* Nurses (critical care)

Nurses (critical care)

 

 

Specialist operative surgical providers (e.g. specialist surgical trainees and consultants)

 

 

Non-specialist operative surgical providers

 

 

Physician specialist anaesthesia providers (e.g. anaesthesiology trainees and consultants)

 

 

Anaesthesia technicians (or operating department practitioners, ODPs) - assist the surgical team, for example supporting the anaesthesia provider during surgery, and immediate postoperative recovery care of the patient

 

 

Facilitators

A star (*) indicates that 100% of panellists in the region thought the participant or panellist was important. The remainder were arranged in order of importance based on panellist views.

African region 

Americas region 

South West Asian & Western Pacific regions 

* Physician anaesthesia specialist providers (e.g. anaesthesiology trainees and consultants)

* Physician anaesthesia specialist providers (e.g. anaesthesiology trainees and consultants)

* Physician anaesthesia specialist providers (e.g. anaesthesiology trainees and consultants)

Specialist operative surgical providers (e.g. specialist surgical trainees and consultants)

* International faculty (from neighbouring countries)

* National faculty (from country where course is held)

International faculty (from high-income countries)

International faculty (from other low-income and middle-income countries)

Specialist operative surgical providers (e.g. specialist surgical trainees and consultants)

 

National faculty (from country where course is held)

 

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