Assessment of Reaction and Perception about Training to Train the Resident as a Clinical Counselor through Feedback JC01-JC03
Rano Mal Piryani,
Universal College of Medical Sciences, Bhairahawa, 5, Nepal.
Introduction: Counseling the patient and family is among the responsibilities of residents, so, training residents for enhancing their counselling skills is of utmost importance. Hence, Universal College of Medical Sciences Bhairahawa, Nepal organised one-day “Training to train resident as a clinical counselor”.
Aim: To take feedback of the participant residents and assess their reaction and perception about training.
Materials and Methods: Feedback of the training participants was taken on the valid semi-structured questionnaire comprised of four parts: Part A-Demographic information, Part B-Overall feedback on training, Part C. Feedback on specific sessions and Part D- Feedback for the improvement. Data was analysed using IBM SPSS version 21.
Results: The participants rated training on scale 1-10 for usefulness 8.86±1.03, content 9.07±1.41, relevance 8.86±1.35, facilitation 9.21±1.12, and overall 8.64±1.86. The residents perceived training transformed their counselling skills (3.57±0.51) rated on Likert Scale 1-4. Their rating on specific sessions were remarkable. Training clarified concepts and was comprehensive, interactive and effective were among the strengths of training while include more scenario, include real patients in role play were among the suggestions of the participants.
Conclusion: The rating of participants on the training was notable and their perception of was positive.