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Sato2020
BibType ARTICLE
Key Sato2020
Author(s) Kei Sato, Masaki Onishi, Ikushi Yoda, Kotaro Uchida, Satomi Kuroshima, Michie Kawashima
Title Quantitative Evaluation of Emergency Medicine Resident’s Non-technical Skills Based on Trajectory and Conversation Analysis
Editor(s) A. Shaban-Nejad, M. Michalowski, D. L. Buckeridge
Tag(s) EMCA, In press, Non-technical skills evaluation, Emergency medicine, Resident education, Trajectory analysis
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Year 2020
Language English
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Pages 211-220
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DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-53352-6_19
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Book title Explainable AI in Healthcare and Medicine
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Abstract

In this paper, we propose a quantitative method for evaluating non-technical skills (e.g., leadership skills, communication skills, and decision-making skills) of Emergency Medicine Residents (EMRs) who are participating in a simulation-based training. This method creates a workflow event database based on the trajectories of and conversations among the medical personnel and scores an EMR’s non-technical skills based on that database. We installed a data acquisition system in the emergency room of Tokyo Medical University Hospital to obtain trajectories and conversations. Our experimental results show that the method can create a workflow event database for cardiac arrest. In addition, we evaluated EMRs who are beginners, intermediates, and experts to show that our method can correctly represent the differences in their skill levels.

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