Effectiveness of endotracheal intubation and mask ventilation procedural skills training on second-year student using modified Peyton’s Four-Step approach during COVID-19 pandemic

Aldy Heriwardito, Andi Ade Wijaya Ramlan, Abd Basith, Lara Aristya

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Abstract

Background: Airway emergency is the reason behind competency in mask ventilation and intubation skills for doctors. Procedural skills are taught through face-to-face training. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on the education system, including medical education. The face-to-face training method cannot be carried out and requires a modification to an online method. Therefore, Peyton’s Four-Step Approach is modified to adapt this change. Objective: Assessing the effectiveness of learning methods between modified Peyton’s Four-Step approach and classic Peyton’s Four Step approach in learning basic skills of mask ventilation and intubation during the COVID-19 pandemic. Method: This was an experimental study with two groups of subjects in the Basic ClinicalSkills module of endotracheal intubation and mask ventilation at the Faculty ofMedicine, Universitas Indonesia during February-June 2022. The first group received training with classic Peyton’s Four-Step approach and another group with modified Peyton’s Four-Step approach. Both groups were tested and assessed using rubric score and global rating score, and asked to fill a feedback questionnaire. Results: This study was conducted with 133 students in the classic group and 96 students in the modified group. The median rubric score was 21.2 for both groups and the global rating score showed 82%and 78% students passed, for classic and modified group respectively. Therubric score and global rating score, also the pass rate between two learningmethods showed no significant results (P > 0.05). The satisfaction and self-confidence questionnaires got answers ‘agree and strongly agree’ for all questions. Conclusion: The learning method using modified and classic Peyton Four-StepApproach were equally effective for learning basic skill of endotracheal intubation and mask ventilation for students of the Faculty of Medicine,University of Indonesia. Both methods provided equal students’ satisfaction and self-confidence.

Original languageEnglish
Article number2256540
JournalMedical education online
Volume28
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2023

Keywords

  • Clinical skill
  • intubation
  • medical student
  • online learning
  • Peyton’s Four Step approach

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