Improving surgical ward care: development and psychometric properties of a global assessment toolkit

Source:  Annals of surgery 259/5 pp. 904-9

Follow this link for abstract

Date of publication:  May 2014

Publication type:  Journal article

In a nutshell:  The authors of this study aimed to develop a toolkit to cover the skills required for effective, safe surgical ward care. A comprehensive evidence-based and expert-derived toolkit was developed. It included a novel clinical checklist for ward care (Clinical Skills Assessment for Ward Care: C-SAW-C); a novel team assessment scale for wards rounds (Teamwork Skills Assessment for Ward Care: T-SAW-C); and a revised version of a physician-patient interaction scale (Physician-Patient Interaction Global Rating Scale: PP-GIS). The toolkit can be used to train and debrief residents’ skills and performance.

Length of Publication:  6 pages

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