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Table 1 Learning outcomes for OR technician trainees, medical students and both student groups

From: Operating room technician trainees teach medical students - an inter-professional peer teaching approach for infection prevention strategies in the operation room

Learning objectives Psychometric dimensiona
Overarching (general) learning objectives:
 Infection prevention and control in the operating room
  - Contributes to patient safety
  - Is promoted by inter-professional collaboration
Specific learning objectives
 At the end of the teaching/learning session ...
  students from both professional groups are able to …
   mutually share the perspective of the complementary pro-fessional group, exchange between the two professional study programs Cognitive, affective
   understand their roles as team players within a culture of patient safety in the OR Affective, cognitive
   describe how they could contribute to a culture of safety even in positions of lower hierarchy (including “speak-up” strategies) Cognitive, affective
  operating room technician trainees (ORTT) are able to …
   pass on well-founded knowledge and skills for antiseptic behavior in the OR to medical students (including consolidation of own competencies) Cognitive, psycho-motor, affective
   be aware of one’s own role as an expert in antiseptic behavior in the OR Cognitive, affective
   reflect their teaching performance based on the experience they gathered within the module Cognitive, affective
  medical students are able to …
   demonstrate effective surgical hand disinfection Psychomotor
   demonstrate appropriate behavior in the OR setting (assignment of tasks, positioning in the room etc.) Cognitive, psycho-motor, affective
   explain principles to prevent germ transmission in the OR Cognitive
   explain and in parts demonstrate the preparation of a surgical field prior to a simple intervention Cognitive, psycho-motor
  1. asimplified Bloom’s taxnonomy (cognitive, psychomotor, and affective objectives) [24]