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Table 2 Opinion questionnaire after clinical sessions: Usefulness of Second Life for teaching I

From: Experience with using second life for medical education in a family and community medicine education unit

Question Answer % (n/N)
Do you consider this to be an interactive method? “yes” 68.42% (52/76)
  “partly”, “perhaps” 31.58% (24/76)
How did you feel about interacting with other health centres? “good”, “very good”, “excellent”,“perfect”, “more participation”, “it's very important and it's also in real time” 100% (76/76)
What did you think about the interaction with teaching staff? “good”, “adequate” 85.53% (65/76)
  “little”, “minimal” 14.47% (11/76)
What did you think about the interaction with other health professionals? “adequate”, “good”, “it works very well” 43.42% (33/76)
  “almost non-existent”, “we wouldn’t have participated even if we could have” 56.58% (43/76)
Do you think it facilitates the exchange of medical information? “yes” 77.63% (59/76)
  “several people with a single connection limited participation” 22.37% (17/76)
  no response 7.89% (6/76)
Do you think it facilitates learning? “yes”, “of course” and “it’s a comfortable way” 100% (76/76)
Do you think it facilitates debate? “yes”, “more when participation was on an individual basis” 22.37% (17/76)
  “somewhat”, “it makes debate a little difficult”, “not so much, but it could” 60.53% (46/76)
  “no” 9.21% (7/76)
  no response 7.89% (6/76)
  1. SL: Second Life.