Assessment of basic human performance resources predicts performance of ureteroscopy Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • BACKGROUND: Our objective was to predict endoscopic performance in a cadaver model using basic performance resources (BPRs) measurements. METHODS: Medical students (n = 16) underwent intense ureteroscopic training on a virtual reality ureteroscopy trainer and were rated on performing ureteroscopy on a cadaver. The medical students also underwent 13 validated BPR measurements. Urology residents also performed cadaveric ureteroscopy and BPRs. A predictive model built from urology residents' (n = 16) BPRs and performance assessment was used to predict medical student cadaveric ureteroscopy performance based on their BPRs alone. RESULTS: The predictive model built with urology residents predicted the ureteroscopic performance of 10 of 16 medical students within 15% of their rated ureteroscopic performance on the cadaver. CONCLUSIONS: A predictive model built with urology residents can moderately predict the ureteroscopic performance of medical students from BPRs. Additional in vivo evaluation is required.

authors

  • Matsumoto, Edward Daisuke
  • Kondraske, George V
  • Ogan, Kenneth
  • Jacomides, Lucas
  • Wilhelm, David M
  • Pearle, Margaret S
  • Cadeddu, Jeffrey A

publication date

  • June 2006

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