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Face and ear workshop survey

How did you find using different models at the face and ear workshop?

The purpose of the following questionnaire is to seek your feedback so as to improve future face and ear reconstruction workshops.

We especially wish to understand your views of the usage of the high-fidelity manikin model in dermatologic surgery and how such a model may be best incorporated into future events.

We ask you reflect on using the manikin model (pictured) as well as the pig model.

 

Post face and ear workshop survey

Please complete the following questions regarding your recent face and ear workshop

Name (optional)
Years in medical practice*



In the course of your previous medical training or practice, have you had any exposure to simulators for procedural teaching?*



If you have used simulators before, what procedures have you performed on them?
If you have used simulators before, how did this manikin provided in this course compare to others that you have worked with in the past?
Do you agree with the following statements?

 

Do you agree with the following statements?

High fidelity skin models are useful for ACQUISITION of procedural skills*




High fidelity skin models are useful for REFINING procedural skill*




High fidelity skin models are useful for ASSESSMENT of procedural skills*




In general, simulators help learners acquire procedural skills *




Please rate the usefulness of incorporating a clinical scenario into procedural teaching using simulator.*



Procedures in the course are listed below?

 

Procedures in course are listed below :

For each of the following procedures, please indicate whether you believe training on a high fidelity simulator would be beneficial. (Check one or more)


















Of the procedures listed above, name up to four for which you consider training on a HIGH FIDELITY MODEL would be MOST VALUABLE*
Of the procedures listed above, name up to four for which you consdier training on a PIGS HEAD would be MOST VALUABLE*
Of the procedures listed above, name up to four for which you consider training on a PIGS HEAD would be LEAST VALUABLE*
Of the procedures listed above, name up to four for which you consider training on a HIGH FIDELITY MODEL would be LEAST VALUABLE*
Name the organs of the head for which you consider training on a high fidelity model is most valuable. (Select up to three)




Name the organs of the head for which you consider training on a pig head to be most valuable. (Select up to three)




Tell us about your experience of Il Duomo and its role in this type of skin surgical training course
If a future face and ear reconstruction workshop offered attendees the option of paying $1,000 extra to have their own Il Duomo versus using just pig's heads, would you recommend to a colleague that they pay the extra*



If a future face and ear reconstruction workshop offered attendees the option of paying $1,200 extra to have their own Il Duomo versus using just pig's heads, would you recommend to a colleague that they pay the extra?*



If the premium to do the face and ear reconstruction course with an Il Duomo was $1,400 extra would you recommend to a colleague that they pay the premium?*



What if the premium worked out to be $1,600 extra to do the face and ear reconstruction course with one's own Il Duomo?*



Name one thing that you consider would most improve this face and ear reconstuction course*
List the most valuable information you gained about the following procedures? (1) Wedge excision; (2) Transposition flap; (3) Bilobe flap; (4) Advancement flap; (5) Rotation flap; (6) Tot flap.
On which of the above procedures will you need to focus on the most?
Which theoretical information has been the most valuable to you and your practice?
What will you apply to your own practice (both knowledge and skills)?
Do you feel like you are better able to identify an appropriate melanoma unit for those of your patients whom ma require it?
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