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Table 1 Demographic data of the participants of the simulation scenarios

From: Effect of a simulation-based workshop on multidisplinary teamwork of newborn emergencies: an intervention study

  I-group
(62 persons)
(%)
C-group
(37 persons)
(%)
Multidisciplinary teams
 Physicians 31 (50.0 %) 16 (43.3 %)
Pediatricians 11 6
 Registrar/Consultant 8*/3 1*/5
Anesthesiologists 10 6
 Registrar/Consultant 6*/4 1*/5
Gynecologists 10 4
 Registrar/Consultant 7/3 2/2
 Midwives 17 (30.0 %) 14 (37.8 %)
 Nurses 14 (20.0 %) 7 (18.9 %)
Main workplace
 Operating theatre 10 (16.1 %) 6 (16.2 %)
 Delivery room 35 (56.5 %) 20 (54.1 %)
 Neonatal intensive care unit 3 (4.8 %) 4 (10.8 %)
 Maternity ward 13 (20.0 %) 7 (18.9 %)
Current working experience
 Less than 1 year 15 (24.2 %)* 2 (5.4 %)*
 Between 1 and 5 years 18 (29.0 %) 13 (35.1 %)
 Between 6 and 10 years 6 (9.7 %) 9 (24.3 %)
 Between 11 and 15 years 8 (12.9 %) 5 (13.5 %)
 Between 16 and 20 years 3 (4.8 %) 3 (8.1 %)
 More than 20 years 12 (19.4 %) 5 (13.5 %)
Previous experience from neonatal resuscitation
 Ventilation 50 (80.6 %) 33 (89.2 %)
 Chest compression 32 (51.6 %) 21 (56.8 %)
 No previous experience of ventilation nor chest compression 12 (19.4 %) 4 (10.8 %)
Attended a lecture on neonatal resuscitation
 During past 12 months 29 (46.8 %) 11 (29.7 %)
 During past 2 years 32 (51.6 %) 23 (62.2 %)
 Never 1 (1.6 %) 3 (8.1 %)
Attended in practical training of neonatal resuscitation
 During past 12 months 31 (50.8 %) 12 (32.4 %)
 During past 2 years 23 (37.7 %) 22 (59.5 %)
 Never 7 (11.5 %) 3 (8.1 %)
Participated in a neonatal simulation session
 During past 12 months 22 (35.5 %) 9 (24.3 %)
 During past 2 years 15 (24.2 %) 13 (35.2 %)
 Never 25 (40.3 %) 15 (40.5 %)
  1. * p < 0.05 Wilcoxon test