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Table 2 Post-workshop rating survey. The numbers of respondents are reported for each Likert scale rating, and the mean and standard error (SE) are reported for each question. Yes or no answers are reported as the percent of positive responses

From: A Suggested Strategy to Integrate an Elective on Clinical Nutrition with Culinary Medicine

   Likert scale rating   
Negative ratings (1) 2 3 4 Positive ratings (5) Average SE
How confident are you in the following skills you learned during the pilot sessions? Use knife skills in the kitchen 0 1 2 6 6 4.13 0.24
Use basic cooking skills 0 0 1 9 1 4.00 0.13
Cook from basic ingredients 0 1 0 6 8 4.40 0.21
Follow a written recipe to prepare healthy food 0 0 1 5 9 4.53 0.17
Did the pilot sessions' content meet your expectations? 1 (no)     14 (yes) 93.3%  
Session details How would you rate the quality of the pilot sessions? 0 0 1 5 9 4.53 0.17
Was the combination of PowerPoint presentations, discussion and activities suitable? 1 (no)     14 (yes) 93.3%  
How was the pace of the sessions? 0 (slow) 4 9 1 1 (fast) 2.93 0.21
Reflection on session Were the sessions useful to your needs as a future healthcare provider in counseling patients about the topic covered? 0 0 5 8 2 3.80 0.17
How likely are you to take this elective if you are still at TUN by the time the elective is approved? 0 0 0 5 10 4.67 0.13
How likely are you to recommend this elective to a classmate, a student from another cohort, or another program to take this elective? 0 0 1 2 12 4.73 0.15
Is the list of topics to be covered by the elective course complete? 1 (no)     14 (yes) 93.3%  
If you were to complete the elective based on the content indicated above, would it be enough to counsel, effectively, your future patients? 5 (no)     12 (yes) 58.3%