Table 3

Self-efficacy before and after training by profession

ItemsNurses
N=32
Board-certified
anaesthetists
N=16
Trainees in anaesthesia
N=19
P value
BeforeAfterBeforeAfterBeforeAfterBeforeAfter
Putting on personal protective equipment to take care of a COVID-19 patient in the OR6 (3–8)8 (7–9)4.5 (2.25–6)9 (8–9)2 (0–6)8 (8–9)0.007*0.50
Checking that an FFP2 mask is correctly placed7 (3.5–8)8.5 (8–9)7 (4.5–8)9 (8–10)6 (2–8)9 (7–10)0.580.40
Removing personal protective equipment without risk of contamination8 (5–8)8 (8–9)4.5 (3.25–6)8.5 (8–9)4 (1–6)8 (8–9)0.009*0.44
Performing an induction and intubation sequence while minimising the risk of contamination6 (2.25–8)8 (7–9)4.5 (2–6)8 (8–9)3 (2–5)8 (6–9)0.210.34
Performing a tracheal suction while minimising the risk of contamination5 (1–7)7 (6–8.75)3.5 (2–5.75)8 (7.25–9)2 (0–5)7 (5–8)0.160.35
Performing an extubation sequence while minimising the risk of contamination5.5 (2.5–7)†8 (7–9)3.5 (2–6)8.5 (7–9)2 (0–5)†8 (6–9)0.110.53
  • Data are presented as median (IQR),

  • *Significant.

  • †Significant difference between two groups, p=0.05.

  • OR, operating room.