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Validation of a self-perception instrument regarding the experience associated with simulated interprofessional hospital clinical practice

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Blanca Aguila Millaquen ,
Blanca Aguila Millaquen

Universidad de las Américas, Departamento de Simulación Clínica, Facultad de Salud y Ciencias Sociales. Santiago, Chile

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Angel Roco-Videla ,
Angel Roco-Videla

Universidad Arturo Prat, Iquique. Chile

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Pamela Paredes Miño ,
Pamela Paredes Miño

Universidad de las Américas, Departamento de Simulación Clínica, Facultad de Salud y Ciencias Sociales. Santiago, Chile

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Alejandro Lara Muñoz ,
Alejandro Lara Muñoz

Universidad de las Américas, Departamento de Simulación Clínica, Facultad de Salud y Ciencias Sociales. Santiago, Chile

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Ma Eugenia Espinoza Garrido ,
Ma Eugenia Espinoza Garrido

Universidad de las Américas, Departamento de Simulación Clínica, Facultad de Salud y Ciencias Sociales. Santiago, Chile

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Abstract

Introduction: Clinical simulation is a training method that recreates safe and controlled clinical situations that help develop professional skills and promotes interprofessional collaborative practice through the development of specific competencies.
Objective: Determine the metric properties of a self-administered questionnaire that accounts for the level of satisfaction with simulated in-hospital clinical practice.
Methods: Based on expert opinion, an instrument was created that consisted of three dimensions. For statistical validation, it was applied to 291 students belonging to 6 careers distributed in three regions of Chile. Cronbach's Alpha was determined by dimension, in addition to performing a factor analysis to finally develop a standardized index for analysis.
Results: A Cronbach's Alpha was obtained in the dimension of Satisfaction with the role of the tutor teacher of 0.928, in that of Satisfaction with the role of the actor/actress of 0.89 and in Satisfaction with the organization and equipment of the CISH of a 0.904. The Factor analysis confirmed the relevance of the questions within the three established dimensions.
Conclusions: The developed instrument presented a high internal consistency, being a valid instrument to be applied to students in the area of health sciences in Chile.

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Aguila Millaquen B, Roco-Videla A, Paredes Miño P, Lara Muñoz A, Espinoza Garrido ME. Validation of a self-perception instrument regarding the experience associated with simulated interprofessional hospital clinical practice. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 Jun. 30 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];4:901. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/901

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