Mette E Madsen

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OBJECTIVE To study the effect of initial simulation-based transvaginal sonography (TVS) training compared with clinical training only, on the clinical performance of residents in obstetrics and gynecology (Ob-Gyn), assessed 2 months into their residency. METHODS In a randomized study, new Ob-Gyn residents (n = 33) with no prior ultrasound experience were(More)
CONTEXT Dyad practice may be as effective as individual practice during clinical skills training, improve students' confidence, and reduce costs of training. However, there is little evidence that dyad training is non-inferior to single-student practice in terms of skills transfer. OBJECTIVES This study was conducted to compare the effectiveness of(More)
OBJECTIVES The aim of the study was to explore whether learning curves on a virtual-reality (VR) sonographic simulator can be used to predict subsequent learning curves on a physical mannequin and learning curves during clinical training. METHODS Twenty midwives completed a simulation-based training program in transvaginal sonography. The training was(More)
OBJECTIVE To provide a model for conducting cost-effectiveness analyses in medical education. The model was based on a randomised trial examining the effects of training midwives to perform cervical length measurement (CLM) as compared with obstetricians on patients' waiting times. (CLM), as compared with obstetricians. METHODS The model included four(More)
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