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Table 3 Course evaluation responses for internal medicine residents and diagnostic medical sonography student coaches. Scores reported using 5-point Likert Scale, 1 = strongly disagree, 2 = somewhat disagree, 3 = neither disagree nor agree, 4 = somewhat agree, 5 = strongly agree.

From: Building a bigger tent in point-of-care ultrasound education: a mixed-methods evaluation of interprofessional, near-peer teaching of internal medicine residents by sonography students

Internal Medicine Residents (n = 24) Mean (SD)
My instructor created a non-threatening learning environment. 4.8 (.4)
My instructor had sound understanding of course content. 4.8 (.4)
My instructor provided helpful feedback. 4.8 (.4)
My instructor inspired me to learn. 4.5 (.6)
My instructor was a role model for professionalism. 4.7 (.6)
My instructor provided a mentorship role. 4.4 (.7)
My instructor inspired me to want to teach in the future. 4.0 (1)
This activity improved my clinical skills. 4.7 (.5)
This activity enhanced my skills in performing point-of-care ultrasound. 4.8 (.4)
I will apply the skills I learned to my clinical practice. 4.3 (.7)
I would recommend this activity to other residents in my program. 4.5 (.6)
Diagnostic Medical Sonography Students (n = 6)
 This activity improved my ability to communicate with colleagues in my discipline. 4.7 (.5)
 This activity improved my ability to communicate with colleagues in other disciplines. 4.7 (.5)
 This activity helped me develop my teaching skills. 4.7 (.5)
 As a result of this activity, I am more likely to be involved in teaching in the future. 4.0 (.6)
 This activity improved my organizational skills. 4.0 (.9)
 This activity improved my clinical skills. 4.2 (.4)
 This activity allowed me to consolidate previous knowledge. 4.5 (.5)
 I would recommend this activity to other students in my program. 4.5 (.5)