Simulation-based skills training: a qualitative interview study exploring surgical trainees’ experience of stress

Maria Suong Tjønnås, Anita Das, Cecilie Våpenstad & Solveig Osborg Ose
Abstract Introduction Stress can affect the ability to acquire technical skills. Simulation-based training (SBT) courses allow surgical trainees to train their technical skills away from stressful clinical environments. Trainees’ subjective experiences of stress during SBT courses on laparoscopic surgery remains understudied. Here, we explored the subjective stress experiences of surgical trainees during mandatory laparoscopic SBT courses. We aimed to obtain a broader understanding of which factors of the simulation training the trainees perceived as eliciting...
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