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Criteria for describing and evaluating training interventions in healthcare professions : CRe-DEPTH

Ann Van Hecke (UGent) , Veerle Duprez (UGent) , Peter Pype (UGent) , Dimitri Beeckman (UGent) and Sofie Verhaeghe (UGent)
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Background: Descriptions of training intervention in healthcare include a lot of vagueness, leaving the reader in doubt about the intervention and the true value of the reported effects. A set of reporting criteria to improve the transparency and comprehensiveness in reporting training interventions in healthcare is recommended. Objective: This study aimed to develop and content validate a set of reporting criteria for the development and evaluation of training interventions for healthcare professionals. Method: The set of criteria was developed along three stages: (1) a literature review, (2) the design of the criteria, and (3) a Delphi and consensus meeting process with ten experts from different professional disciplines. Results: The Criteria for Reporting on Development and Evaluation of Professional Training interventions in Healthcare (CRe-DEPTH) set was systematically developed and consisted of 12 items representing four categories: (1) development of the training, (2) characteristics of the training, (3) characteristics of the providers, and (4) assessment of the training outcomes. Each item has a detailed description to support its unambiguous interpretation. Conclusions: The developed CRe-DEPTH reporting criteria guide high quality development, evaluation and reporting for complex training interventions, while preserving the flexibility to incorporate various teaching content or teaching methods. The Cre-DEPTH criteria will allow for detailed reporting on the training, its developmental process, as well as on the rationale for underlying choices, and will avoid non-reporting of training details.
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Healthcare, Consensus, Guideline, Continuing education, Research report/standards, Training, Healthcare professionals, IMPLEMENTATION, COMPETENCES

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Van Hecke, Ann, et al. “Criteria for Describing and Evaluating Training Interventions in Healthcare Professions : CRe-DEPTH.” NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, vol. 84, 2020.
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Van Hecke, A., Duprez, V., Pype, P., Beeckman, D., & Verhaeghe, S. (2020). Criteria for describing and evaluating training interventions in healthcare professions : CRe-DEPTH. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, 84.
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Van Hecke, Ann, Veerle Duprez, Peter Pype, Dimitri Beeckman, and Sofie Verhaeghe. 2020. “Criteria for Describing and Evaluating Training Interventions in Healthcare Professions : CRe-DEPTH.” NURSE EDUCATION TODAY 84.
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Van Hecke, Ann, Veerle Duprez, Peter Pype, Dimitri Beeckman, and Sofie Verhaeghe. 2020. “Criteria for Describing and Evaluating Training Interventions in Healthcare Professions : CRe-DEPTH.” NURSE EDUCATION TODAY 84.
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Van Hecke A, Duprez V, Pype P, Beeckman D, Verhaeghe S. Criteria for describing and evaluating training interventions in healthcare professions : CRe-DEPTH. NURSE EDUCATION TODAY. 2020;84.
IEEE
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A. Van Hecke, V. Duprez, P. Pype, D. Beeckman, and S. Verhaeghe, “Criteria for describing and evaluating training interventions in healthcare professions : CRe-DEPTH,” NURSE EDUCATION TODAY, vol. 84, 2020.
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Objective: This study aimed to develop and content validate a set of reporting criteria for the development and evaluation of training interventions for healthcare professionals.
Method: The set of criteria was developed along three stages: (1) a literature review, (2) the design of the criteria, and (3) a Delphi and consensus meeting process with ten experts from different professional disciplines.
Results: The Criteria for Reporting on Development and Evaluation of Professional Training interventions in Healthcare (CRe-DEPTH) set was systematically developed and consisted of 12 items representing four categories: (1) development of the training, (2) characteristics of the training, (3) characteristics of the providers, and (4) assessment of the training outcomes. Each item has a detailed description to support its unambiguous interpretation.
Conclusions: The developed CRe-DEPTH reporting criteria guide high quality development, evaluation and reporting for complex training interventions, while preserving the flexibility to incorporate various teaching content or teaching methods. The Cre-DEPTH criteria will allow for detailed reporting on the training, its developmental process, as well as on the rationale for underlying choices, and will avoid non-reporting of training details.},
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