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Table 3 Median scores (with quartiles) from the participant’s evaluation of the training on a Likert scale

From: In situ simulation training in helicopter emergency medical services: feasible for on-call crews?

Questions for participantsPhysician,median (quartiles)HCM, median (quartiles)Pilot, median (quartiles)
1. There was enough time scheduled for the training1 (1-1)1 (1-2)1 (1-2)
2. I felt that the training interrupted my on-call duties7 (6-7)6 (5-7)7 (6-7)
3. There was enough equipment to make the training realistic2 (1-3)2 (1.5-3)2 (1-3)
4. I felt comfortable with the way the training was organized1 (1-1)1 (1-2)1.5 (1-2)
5. I felt uncomfortable when exposing my skills and competencies during the training6 (6-7)7 (6-7)7 (6-7)
6. Simulation is a realistic way of training2 (1-2)2 (1-2)2 (1-2)
7. The topic for the training is relevant to this kind of training1 (1-1)1 (1-1.25)1 (1-2)
8. The clinical aspects of the scenario were good (physician)
This type of training is useful for HEMS crew members (HCM)
This type of training is useful for HEMS pilots (pilot)
1 (1-1.5)1 (1-1)1 (1-1)
9. The scenario relied on procedures that we have already practiced1 (1-1.5)1 (1-2)2 (1-2)
10. The topic for the scenario training seemed relevant for the profile of missions on the base1 (1-2)1 (1-2)1 (1-2)
11. It was useful for me with feedback after the training1 (1-1)1 (1-1)1 (1-2)
12. There was enough time scheduled for feedback after the training1 (1-2)1 (1-2)1 (1-2)
13. It was easy to motivate myself to do this form of training1 (1-2)1 (1-2)1 (1-2)
14. I am positive to this form of training1 (1-1)1 (1-1)1 (1-1)
  1. The score ranged from 1 to 7 where 1 equaled I strongly agree and 7 equaled I strongly disagree
  2. HEMS helicopter emergency medical service, HCM HEMS crew member