The effect of peer-group size on the delivery of feedback in basic life support refresher training: a cluster randomized controlled trial

Title
The effect of peer-group size on the delivery of feedback in basic life support refresher training: a cluster randomized controlled trial
Author
임태호
Keywords
Cardiac arrest; Cardiopulmonary resuscitation; Basic life support; Training; Instructor; Medical education; Undergraduate medical education; Educational assessment; Feedback
Issue Date
2016-07
Publisher
BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
Citation
BMC MEDICAL EDUCATION (2016.7), v. 16, Page. 1-8
Abstract
Background: Students are largely providing feedback to one another when instructor facilitates peer feedback rather than teaching in group training. The number of students in a group affect the learning of students in the group training. We aimed to investigate whether a larger group size increases students' test scores on a post-training test with peer feedback facilitated by instructor after video-guided basic life support (BLS) refresher training. Students' one-rescuer adult BLS skills were assessed by a 2-min checklist-based test 1 year after the initial training. Methods: A cluster randomized controlled trial was conducted to evaluate the effect of student number in a group on BLS refresher training. Participants included 115 final-year medical students undergoing their emergency medicine clerkship. The median number of students was 8 in the large groups and 4 in the standard group. The primary outcome was to examine group differences in post-training test scores after video-guided BLS training. Secondary outcomes included the feedback time, number of feedback topics, and results of end-of-training evaluation questionnaires. Results: Scores on the post-training test increased over three consecutive tests with instructor-led peer feedback, but not differ between large and standard groups. The feedback time was longer and number of feedback topics generated by students were higher in standard groups compared to large groups on the first and second tests. The end-of-training questionnaire revealed that the students in large groups preferred the smaller group size compared to their actual group size. Conclusions: In this BLS refresher training, the instructor-led group feedback increased the test score after tutorial video-guided BLS learning, irrespective of the group size. A smaller group size allowed more participations in peer feedback.
URI
https://bmcmededuc.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s12909-016-0682-5http://repository.hanyang.ac.kr/handle/20.500.11754/74498
ISSN
1472-6920
DOI
10.1186/s12909-016-0682-5
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