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Simulation haute-fidélité et sentiment d’efficacité personnelle. Application à l’évaluation d’un programme de formation à la réanimation du nouveau-né en salle de naissance

Abstract : This study assesses the evolution of self-efficacy perception of 195 participants in a training program for newborn resuscitation in the delivery room, performed in situ by multi-professional teams, and using high-fidelity simulation. Participation to the program was shown to strongly improve professionals’ self-efficacy perception. This positive effect does not depend on the profession of the participants and remains after 4 months. Participation to such training programs could help improve the practices of professionals in newborn resuscitation situations in the delivery room in the future.
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C. Durand, L. Abraham, T. Secheresse, J. Dumas, M. Leconte, et al.. Simulation haute-fidélité et sentiment d’efficacité personnelle. Application à l’évaluation d’un programme de formation à la réanimation du nouveau-né en salle de naissance. Revue de médecine périnatale, Springer Link 2014, 6 (2), pp.134 - 143. ⟨10.1007/s12611-014-0286-4⟩. ⟨halshs-01866449⟩

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