Online ISSN: 2515-8260

Keywords : medical education


Role Of Mock Drills In Competency Based Post Graduate Medical Education In Managing Emergency Clinical Situation.

Dr. Neema Acharya; Dr Tripti Srivastava; Dr Sourya Acharya; Dr Samarth Shukla; Dr Deepika Dewani; Dr Neema Acharya

European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine, 2020, Volume 7, Issue 2, Pages 1436-1447

Abstract: Background- Access to a skilled health professional and quality emergency
obstetric care are important factors that improve maternal and perinatal mortality. In
Medical simulation (drills) of emergency cases can give ample opportunity for post
graduate students to learn, practice and finally can assess system weaknesses and
strengths, test policies and procedures for coping with higher levels of competencies and
thereby improve teamwork and management and communication skills of post
graduates/staff members.
Aim- We aimed to compare the effectiveness of traditional video demonstration vs.
performing mock drill as a T-L METHOD in terms of competencies of postgraduate
students regarding managing emergency clinical situations in OBGY and study perception
of postgraduate students of both methods.
Objectives-
1.To study and compare between change in WPBA SCORE of traditional video lecture
and Mock drills on competencies of post graduate medical students in managing
emergency clinical situation
2. To study perception of PG students about Mock drill as T-L tool in pg training.