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Teaching methods

The teaching methods that met the criteria for inclusion in the final round were grouped together. 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 item, panellists were asked to indicate for each item whether it was 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 item was important. The remainder were arranged in order of importance based on panellist views.

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African region 

 Americas region

South West Asian & Western Pacific regions 

* IN-PERSON or REMOTE - Small group workshops (e.g. to practice a skill, use of equipment)

IN-PERSON or REMOTE - Small group workshops (e.g. to practice a skill, use of equipment)

* IN-PERSON or REMOTE - Small group workshops (e.g. to practice a skill, use of equipment)

IN-PERSON - Simulation (high fidelity, e.g. in a dedicated simulation suite)

IN-PERSON or REMOTE - Short case studies (e.g. many cases used each session, with each case covering specific topics)

IN-PERSON or REMOTE -Short case studies (e.g. many cases used each session, with each case covering specific topics)

IN-PERSON or REMOTE - Discussion group (e.g. to discuss ideas, experiences)

REMOTE - Written material (summaries or slide show slides, emailed or downloaded)

IN-PERSON or REMOTE -Multiple choice questions (e.g. to emphasise key points, or test what has been learnt)

REMOTE - Pre-recorded presentations (video or audio, online or downloaded)

IN-PERSON - Simulation (high fidelity, e.g. in a dedicated simulation suite)

REMOTE - Online forum discussions WITH facilitator

IN-PERSON or REMOTE - Case stories from health care providers (e.g. experiences of understaffing, lack of equipment, success stories of difficult cases)

REMOTE - Pre-recorded presentations (video or audio, online or downloaded)

IN-PERSON - Simulation (low fidelity, e.g. with make shift equipment)

 

REMOTE – Online forum discussions WITH facilitator

IN-PERSON – Simulation (high fidelity, e.g. in a dedicated simulation suite)

 

IN-PERSON - “On the job” teaching (e.g. in the operating theatre)

 

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