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Due to the corona pandemia and the consecutive reduction of teaching students face to face the imparting of medical skills is limited. Video sequences may be an adequate alternative to educate selected practical skills. The investigators explored this aspect in spring 2021 concerning the humeral intraosseous access. This study was registered under ClinicalTrials: NCT04842357. Data is still under statistical analysis and not published yet. As a secondary endpoint we found participant having done self-study first and watched a teaching-video one week later performed better than participant in the vice versa sequence. This may have important curricular implications. So, we launch the present study to investigate, if the sequence: Self-Study, then Teaching-Video is more efficient than vice versa.


Clinical Trial Description

The investigators will recruit last year medical students and randomise them into two groups: Group A and Group B. Group A will watch a standardised video about the skill, then directly do self-study. Group B will do self-study and then directly watch a standardised video. Right after this, both groups will be video recorded during the performance of the skill: humeral intraosseous access on a simulator. The performance will be quantified by a scale by two investigators ;


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NCT number NCT05066204
Study type Interventional
Source Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
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Status Not yet recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date November 16, 2021
Completion date March 2022

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