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Table 1 Proposed performance indicators used in this study, evaluation criteria and points

From: Can performance indicators be used for pedagogic purposes in disaster medicine training?

Indicators Explanation and comments
1. Design 0 = No clear design
  1 = Clearly described too small or too extensive
  2 = Good
2. Running simulation 0 = No enthusiasm
  1 = Enthusiastic but not with control
  2 = Enthusiastic and in control
3. Aim 0 = Unclear
  1 = Clear but not patient related
  2 = Clear and patient related
4. Goal 0 = Not relevant
  1 = Relevant but not understandable
  2 = Relevant and understandable
5. Objectives 0 = Not stated
  1 = Stated but not measurable
  2 = Stated and measurable
6. Performance indicators 0 = Not realistic
  1 = Realistic but no challenge
  2 = Realistic and challengeable
7. Target level 0 = Not defined
  1 = Defined but not followed
  2 = Defined and followed
8. Target group 0 = Not defined
  1 = Defined but not adopted to
  2 = Defined and adopted to
9. Interventions 0 = No or unclear purpose of interventions
  1 = Clear purpose, poorly executed and/or followed up
  2 = Clear purpose, good executed and followed up
10. Time-out 0 = No start or no stop
  1 = Start and stop no purpose
  2 = Start/Stop/Purpose
11. Evaluation 0 = Not using performance indicators (p.i.)
  1 = Using p.i. Not precise enough
  2 = Using p.i Being specific
12. Feedback 0 = No feed back
  1 = No suggestions on how to improve
  2 = Good feed back, good suggestions
13. Overall impression 0 =
  1 =
  2 =