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Ensuring basic competency in chest tube insertion using a simulated scenario: an international validation study

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Ensuring basic competency in chest tube insertion using a simulated scenario: an international validation study. / Hertz, Peter; Jensen, Katrine; Abudaff, Saleh N.; Strom, Michael; Subhi, Yousif; Lababidi, Hani; Konge, Lars.

I: BMJ Open Respiratory Research, Bind 5, Nr. 1, e000362, 2018.

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Hertz, P, Jensen, K, Abudaff, SN, Strom, M, Subhi, Y, Lababidi, H & Konge, L 2018, 'Ensuring basic competency in chest tube insertion using a simulated scenario: an international validation study', BMJ Open Respiratory Research, bind 5, nr. 1, e000362. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjresp-2018-000362

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Hertz, P., Jensen, K., Abudaff, S. N., Strom, M., Subhi, Y., Lababidi, H., & Konge, L. (2018). Ensuring basic competency in chest tube insertion using a simulated scenario: an international validation study. BMJ Open Respiratory Research, 5(1), [e000362]. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjresp-2018-000362

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Hertz P, Jensen K, Abudaff SN, Strom M, Subhi Y, Lababidi H o.a. Ensuring basic competency in chest tube insertion using a simulated scenario: an international validation study. BMJ Open Respiratory Research. 2018;5(1). e000362. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmjresp-2018-000362

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Hertz, Peter ; Jensen, Katrine ; Abudaff, Saleh N. ; Strom, Michael ; Subhi, Yousif ; Lababidi, Hani ; Konge, Lars. / Ensuring basic competency in chest tube insertion using a simulated scenario: an international validation study. I: BMJ Open Respiratory Research. 2018 ; Bind 5, Nr. 1.

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abstract = "Introduction Chest tube insertion can be associated with serious complications. A structured training programme is needed to minimise complications and enhance patient safety. Novices should pass a reliable test with solid evidence of validity before performing the procedure supervised on patients. The aim of this study was to establish a credible pass/fail standard. Methods We used an established assessment tool the Chest Tube Insertion Competency Test (TUBE-iCOMPT). Validity evidence was explored according to Messick{\textquoteright}s five sources of validity. Two methods were used to establish a credible pass/fail standard. Contrasting groups{\textquoteright} method: 34 doctors (23 novices and 11 experienced surgeons) performed the procedure twice and all procedures were video recorded, edited, blinded and rated by two independent, international raters. Modified Angoff method: seven thoracic surgeons individually determined the scores that defined the pass/fail criteria. The data was gathered in Copenhagen, Denmark and Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Results Internal consistency reliability was calculated as Cronbach{\textquoteright}s alpha to 0.94. The generalisability coefficient with two raters and two procedures was 0.91. Mean scores were 50.7 (SD±13.2) and 74.7 (SD±4.8) for novices and experienced surgeons, respectively (p<0.001). The pass/fail score of 62 points resulted in zero false negatives and only three false positives. Discussion We have gathered valuable additional validity evidence for the assessment tool TUBE-iCOMPT including establishment of a credible pass/fail score. The TUBE-iCOMPT can now be integrated in mastery learning programmes to ensure competency before independent practice.",
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