This page describes the testing procedure for skill pages for the Global Surgical Training Challenge.

Practical info[edit | edit source]

  • Date: 21.09.2020
  • Duration: 60 min
  • Facilitators: Emilio Velis, Julieta Arancio, Diego Torres

Goal[edit | edit source]

The goal of this workshop is to validate the ontology proposed by the project team.

Summary[edit | edit source]

Following the recommendations for ontology building, after a first consultation workshop the project team elaborated an ontology for creating and delivering surgical training for medical professionals online. In this workshop the project team presents a series of exercises to a group of experts in order to test how the proposed ontology works, versus the originally defined specifications.

Some logistics[edit | edit source]

This is a hands-on session for which users need to log in into the prototype website, using the following credentials:

  • User: mit
  • Pwd: 5432!!Qwer

We will explore four proposed scenarios to see how the platform responds to the originally defined specifications.

Scenario 1: Undergrad learning support (10')[edit | edit source]

In this scenario, medicine students around the world use the platform to access online video material covering a diversity of medical skills. As such, students count with a prior knowledge base, structured as courses and medical taxonomies. Interaction happens at university (remote or presential) as complement of formal courses or as self managed practice.

A. Which are the skills belonging to a syllabus or unit?[edit | edit source]

See First aid and Form:Course

B. Which skills do I need to learn first before learning this one?[edit | edit source]

Edit the First aid to check the skill order.

C. How much time does this skill require?[edit | edit source]

{{#ask:
[[Required hours::+]]
|?Required hours
|format = ul
}}


D. Which tools and materials are needed for this skill?[edit | edit source]

{{#show:Airway Management|?Required device}}

For Airway Management the required tools are as follows: Prehospital PPE, EMS Jump Bag, CPR Pocket Mask, Airway Manikin, Nasal Cannula, Non-Rebreather Mask, Nasopharyngeal Airways, Oropharyngeal Airways, Battery Operated Suction Unit, Bag Valve Mask, Oxygen tank with regulator

E. Which tools and materials are needed for this course?[edit | edit source]

See the infobox at First aid and the query at Template:Infobox course.

Scenario 2: Continuous learning for professionals (10')[edit | edit source]

Medical professionals who are working on remote areas with low availability of resources and personnel, Paramedics, Doctors aiming to expand their skills, use the platform to learn new things. They already have medical training, but want to learn a new specialty, out of their usual practice.

A. Skills that can be performed in a rural setting (only 1 doctor + assistant) or in team (+2)[edit | edit source]

{{#ask:
[[Has people involved::<3]]
|?Has people involved = people involved
|format = ul
}}


B. I want to access those skills that have videos in my language[edit | edit source]

{{#ask:
[[Has subobject::<q>[[Language::English]]</q>]]
|format = ul
}}


C. I want to access those skills that belong to a specific domain that I’m not an expert in[edit | edit source]

{{#ask:
[[Pathology::Contusion]]
|format = ul
}}

Scenario 3: Emergency training for non-professionals (10')[edit | edit source]

Non-medical people, general public in an emergency situation use the platform to access vital training skills that can help them in the moment.

A. What to do if someone has a problem in a leg or abdomen[edit | edit source]

{{#ask:
[[Body part::Legs||Abdomen]]
|?Body part = body part
}}
 body part
Baby Swaddlingabdomen
Head Deliveryabdomen
Head to Toe Assessmenthead
eyes
nose
mouth
chest
thorax
arm(s)
upper extremities
hands
abdomen
leg(s)
lower extremities
feet
Hemorrhage Control in Childbirthabdomen
Infant Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)abdomen
chest
head
thorax
trunk
Lifting and Moving Patientsabdomen
arm(s)
chest
ears
eyes
feet
finger
hands
head
leg(s)
lower extremities
mouth
neck
nose
pupil
thorax
toe
upper extremities
Medical Patient Assessment for Altered Mental Status (AEIOUTIPS)abdomen
arm(s)
chest
eyes
feet
hands
head
leg(s)
lower extremities
mouth
nose
thorax
upper extremities
Medical Patient Assessment for Chest Pain (OPQRST)abdomen
arm(s)
chest
eyes
feet
hands
head
leg(s)
lower extremities
mouth
nose
thorax
upper extremities
Medical Patient Assessment for Respiratory Distress (PASTE)abdomen
arm(s)
chest
eyes
feet
hands
head
leg(s)
lower extremities
mouth
nose
thorax
upper extremities
Neonatal Mouth and Nose Suctionabdomen
Placenta Managementabdomen
Prehospital Childbirthabdomen
Primary Assessmentabdomen
arm(s)
chest
ears
eyes
feet
finger
hands
head
leg(s)
lower extremities
mouth
neck
nose
pupil
thorax
toe
upper extremities
Pulse Points and Palpationabdomen
arm(s)
brachial artery
carotid artery
chest
feet
femoral artery
hands
head
leg(s)
lower extremities
posterior tibial artery
radial artery
thorax
upper extremities
Sager Traction Splint Applicationleg
legs
lower extremities
Setup for ALSabdomen
arm(s)
chest
ears
eyes
feet
finger
hands
head
leg(s)
lower extremities
mouth
neck
nose
pupil
thorax
toe
upper extremities
Shoulder Deliveryabdomen
Trauma Patient Assessmentabdomen
arm(s)
chest
ears
eyes
feet
finger
hands
head
leg(s)
lower extremities
mouth
neck
nose
pupil
thorax
toe
upper extremities
Uterus Massageabdomen
Vaginal Preparationabdomen

B. What skills can be done by only one person in emergency context?[edit | edit source]

{{#ask:
[[Has people involved::1]][[Is first aid::true]]
|format = ul
}}


Scenario 4: Collaborative creation of audiovisual training material (10')[edit | edit source]

Professors and medical professionals who want to contribute to remote learning, use the platform to upload their videos. In it, they also find reference on what makes a good video and why.

A. Which skills are missing videos, so I know which ones we need to create?[edit | edit source]

{{#ask:
[[Has video::false]]
|format = ul
}}


B. Which skills have good quality videos and why?[edit | edit source]

  • Proposed use cases in the main page
  • Help legend in forms
  • Which are parameters to consider for determining skill quality?
    • Degree of completeness
    • Like/Dislike

C. Which part of the course is the most demanded by students[edit | edit source]

  • Number of views
  • Number of annotations
  • Discussion in forum topics

Fine tuning the ontology[edit | edit source]

  • Add feedback here

Discussion & Future work (10')[edit | edit source]

  • For future work, will students upload videos, will these be part of main medical skills or of their own user gallery?
  • Self-assessment in a checklist in a user page?
  • Students' contributions that are not super trusted, permissions?
  • Add a feedback section in the skill page
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