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Interventions aimed to increase non-technical skills in multidisciplinary operating teams : a scoping review

Elsendoorn, B.C.H.M. (2019) Interventions aimed to increase non-technical skills in multidisciplinary operating teams : a scoping review.

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Abstract:There is increasing recognition that non-technical skills such as communication and teamwork are a vital part of the toolkit of multidisciplinary surgery teams, and interventions have been developed over the years to improve NTS. There is currently a gap in scientific literature exploring digital interventions that improve NTS, and a lack of clear oversight of the effective ingredients in existing interventions aimed at improving NTS. The objective of this paper is to identify NTS training interventions of health professionals working in multidisciplinary surgical teams, and to analyse components of these interventions in terms of target learning outcomes and behaviours, behaviour change techniques (BCTs) and persuasive sytem design (PSD) principles. A scoping review of PsycINFO, Scopus and PubMed was conducted. BCTs were identified through of the BCT V1 taxonomy and digital interventions were identified at through the Persuasive System Design Model (PSD). 14 studies were selected. Eight out of ten studies aimed at improving NTS managed to achieve significant improvements. No digital interventions were found. The most popular BCTs were repetition and substitution, goals and planning and shaping knowledge. Due to the lack of clarification of the contents of the interventions, no effective BCTs that can improve non-technical skills could be identified.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:77 psychology
Programme:Psychology MSc (66604)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/80053
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