Understanding Undesired Procedural Behavior in Surgical Training: The Instructor Perspective
In recent years, a new approach to incorporate the process perspective in the surgical procedural training through Process Mining has been proposed. In this approach, training executions are recorded, to later generate end-to-end process models for the students, describing their execution. Although those end-to-end models are useful for the students, they do not fully capture the needs of the instructors of the training programs. This article proposes a taxonomy of activities for surgical process models, analyzes the specific questions instructors have about the student execution and their undesired procedural behavior, and proposes the Procedural Behavior Instrument, an instrument to answer them in an easy-to-interpret way. A real case was used to test the approach, and a preliminary validity was developed by a medical expert.
KeywordsUndesired procedural behavior Process perspective Healthcare Medical training Surgical procedures Surgical process models
This work is partially supported by CONICYT FONDECYT 11170092, CONICYT REDI 170136, VRI-UC INTERDISCIPLINA II170003, and FOND-DCC 2017-0001. CONICYT-PFCHA/Doctorado Nacional/2019-21190116.
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