Goals[edit | edit source]

Welcome to the session!

Our goal today is to introduce the team's proposed approach to the project, validate our first prototype and discuss next steps.

Logistics[edit | edit source]

Please choose a test user and password to use during the session, and log in.

[Usernames and passwords removed for not existing]

Presentation of the project (20')[edit | edit source]

You can access the presentation in this link.

Hands-on work (30')[edit | edit source]

Participants will perform the following activities:

  • Navigate through the skills
  • Find a skill lesson
  • Annotate a video lesson
  • Link a video lesson with another skill
  • Upload a video lesson

Walkthrough[edit | edit source]

  • 1. Access the Global Surgical Training main page to navigate through skills.
  • 2. Search for a specific skill (How to put on sterile gloves; How to suture a wound) and navigate through parent, sub and related skills using the infoboxes.
  • 3. Visualize and interact with the structure of the video skill, observe:
    • Title of the video
    • Related skills
    • Sub/Parent skills
    • Video annotations
  • Access a specific skill and edit it, according to your user:
User Lesson
Test1 Donning and doffing sterile gloves
Test2 Dorsal pulse circulation
Test3 How to suture a wound
Test4 Lower extremity sensory
Test5 Sager Traction Splint Application1
  • 4. Add an annotation describing the video
    • Click on "Add anotation"
    • Go to the annotation section
    • Click add
    • Insert start and end time
    • Insert a text comment describing the annotation
    • Select a related skill describing the lesson
    • Select a related tool used in the video
    • Click Save
  • Add information on parent, sub or related skills
    • Click on the [add] option in the sidebar
    • Go to the field of interest
    • Select the appropriate skill
    • Click Save
  • 5. Each user will create a new skill and upload its video file
    • Access the Global Surgical Training main page --> Create a new skill
    • Input a title (see table below) and click Create
    • Upload the corresponding video file (see table below)
    • Complete necessary extra information
    • Click save
User Skill to create Video file
Test1 Application of Sager leg straps File
Test2 Traction Splinting File
Test3 Hare Traction Splint File
Test4 NREMT Long Bone Immobilization File
Test5 Bleeding Control/Shock Management File

Discussion and future steps (40')[edit | edit source]

We will be using Miro to document the discussion on the following questions:

  1. In which way do different users interact with this platform?
  2. Which are the most useful search and navigability criteria for finding the lessons we need?
  3. How can we improve the data model of video annotation?

Testing new user accounts[edit | edit source]

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