Helping Mothers Survive Bleeding After Birth: retention of knowledge, skills, and confidence nine months after obstetric simulation-based training

@inproceedings{Nelissen2015HelpingMS,
  title={Helping Mothers Survive Bleeding After Birth: retention of knowledge, skills, and confidence nine months after obstetric simulation-based training},
  author={Ellen Nelissen and Hege Ersdal and Estomih Mduma and Bj\org Evjen-Olsen and Jacqueline E. W. Broerse and Jos van Roosmalen and Jelle Stekelenburg},
  booktitle={BMC pregnancy and childbirth},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND It is important to know the decay of knowledge, skills, and confidence over time to provide evidence-based guidance on timing of follow-up training. Studies addressing retention of simulation-based education reveal mixed results. The aim of this study was to measure the level of knowledge, skills, and confidence before, immediately after, and nine months after simulation-based training in obstetric care in order to understand the impact of training on these components. METHODS An… CONTINUE READING
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