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A Foundation Programme educational placement in peri-operative medicine for older people: mixed methods evaluation

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A Foundation Programme educational placement in peri-operative medicine for older people: mixed methods evaluation. / Rogerson, Andrew; Partridge, Judith Stephanie Louise; Dhesi, Jugdeep Kaur.

In: Anaesthesia, Vol. 73, 2018, p. 1392–1399.

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Rogerson, A, Partridge, JSL & Dhesi, JK 2018, 'A Foundation Programme educational placement in peri-operative medicine for older people: mixed methods evaluation', Anaesthesia, vol. 73, pp. 1392–1399.

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Rogerson, A., Partridge, J. S. L., & Dhesi, J. K. (2018). A Foundation Programme educational placement in peri-operative medicine for older people: mixed methods evaluation. Anaesthesia, 73, 1392–1399.

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Rogerson A, Partridge JSL, Dhesi JK. A Foundation Programme educational placement in peri-operative medicine for older people: mixed methods evaluation. Anaesthesia. 2018;73:1392–1399.

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Rogerson, Andrew ; Partridge, Judith Stephanie Louise ; Dhesi, Jugdeep Kaur. / A Foundation Programme educational placement in peri-operative medicine for older people: mixed methods evaluation. In: Anaesthesia. 2018 ; Vol. 73. pp. 1392–1399.

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abstract = "We established an innovative Foundation placement in peri-operative medicine for older patients in responseto the need for training in {\textquoteleft}whole patient{\textquoteright} medicine and the challenge of fewer Foundation doctors in acutesurgical roles. The placement and underpinning curriculum were co-designed with junior doctors and otherclinical stakeholders. This resulted in a modular design offering acute and community experience anddedicated quality improvement project time. To evaluate the placement we used a mixed methods study basedon Kirkpatrick{\textquoteright}s model of workplace learning. Level 1 (trainee reaction) was evaluated using Job EvaluationStudy Tool questionnaires and nominal group technique. Levels 2 and 3 (trainee learning/behaviour) wereassessed using a Likert-style survey mapped to curriculum objectives, e-portfolio completion, nominal grouptechnique and documentation of completed quality improvement projects and oral/poster presentations. Sixtyeightfoundation trainees underwent the new placement. A similar-sized {\textquoteleft}control{\textquoteright} sample (n = 57) of surgicalFoundation trainees within the same Trust was recruited. The trainees in the peri-operative placement attainedboth generic Foundation and specific peri-operative curriculum competencies, and gave higher job satisfactionscores than trainees in standard surgical placements. The top three ranked advantages from the nominal groupsessions were senior support, clinical variety and project opportunities. Universal project completion resulted inhigh rates of poster and platform presentations, and in sustained service changes at hospital level.",
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