Level of agreement (0–100%) by professional group (Median; IQR)Doctors (n = 90)Nurses (n = 128)Surgeons (n = 10)P value
Simulation training has improved inter professional communication on PICU80 (70; 90)80 (70, 90)70 (30; 80)0.0123*
Attending simulation training has helped me to perform better overall in today’s resuscitation80 (70; 100)80 (70; 90)70 (60; 85)0.131
Simulation training has helped with the following during this event:
Calling for help early80 (70; 100)80 (70; 100)80 (60; 100)0.778
Clarity of role/appropriate role allocation90 (75; 100)80 (70; 95)80 (70; 100)0.619
Expressing my opinion/empowerment to speak out80 (70; 95)80 (70; 90)80 (65; 90)0.823
Communication with the team80 (78; 92)80 (75; 90)80 (70; 90)0.535
Reducing my anxiety80 (60; 90)80 (60; 90)75 (60; 90)0.52
Prioritisation of tasks80 (70; 90)80 (70; 90)80 (70; 90)0.798
Leadership80 (70; 90)80 (65; 90)80 (65; 90)0.504
Appropriate use of resources80 (70; 90)80 (70; 94)80 (70; 95)0.316
Confidence in my role70 (80; 90)80 (70; 96)85 (75; 100)0.582
  • Significance tested using Kruskal-Wallis for non-normally distributed responses p < 0.05 significance

    *This remained significant after correcting for surgeon sample size.