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Table 2 Secondary outcomes

From: Effects of post-scenario debriefing versus stop-and-go debriefing in medical simulation training on skill acquisition and learning experience: a randomized controlled trial

  Post-scenario group
n = 24
Stop-and-Go group
n = 24
P-value
Question 1: “I had the feeling that the feedback I received was a useful contribution to my learning experience.”
Median [quartiles (range)] 5 [5; 5 (4–5)] 5 [5; 5 (4–5)] 1.00
Question 2: “I felt comfortable with the way that I received feedback.”
Median [quartiles (range)] 5 [5; 5 (4–5)] 5 [5; 5 (4–5)] 0.08
Question 3: “The feedback over my strengths was clear to me.”
Median [quartiles (range)] 5 [4; 5 (3–5)] 5 [4; 5 (4–5)] 0.29
Question 4: “The feedback over my points of improvement was clear to me.”
Median [quartiles (range)] 5 [5; 5 (4–5)] 5 [5; 5 (4–5)] 0.23
Question 5: “My stress level during the scenario was:”
Median [quartiles (range)] 3 [3; 4 (2–4)] 3 [2; 3.5 (1–4)] 0.21
  1. Questionnaire items assessed by Likert-type scale scores ranging from 1 = completely disagree to 5 = completely agree. For stress, 1 means that the participant experienced absolutely no stress and 5 represents maximum stress