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Title: 'Train the Trainers' Program to Improve Knowledge, Attitudes and Perceptions About Organ Donation in the European Union and Neighbouring Countries: Pre- and Post- Data Analysis of the EUDONORGAN Project
Author: Peralta, Patricia
Istrate, Melania
Ballesté, Chloë
Manyalich, Martí
Valero, Ricard
the EUDONORGAN Consortium
Keywords: Donants d'òrgans
Percepció social
Aprenentatge mixt
Organ donors
Social perception
Blended learning
Issue Date: 27-Jan-2023
Publisher: Frontiers Media
Abstract: EUDONORGAN, a European Union-funded project to improve organ and tissue donation, included a blended-based 'Train the Trainers' program, which was implemented with the support of an international consortium from Croatia, Italy, Slovenia, and Spain. The web-based training included seven modules for which medical aspects, educational tips, and practical activities were scored using a 5-point Likert scale. The overall mean scores of satisfaction were higher than 4 for each module, without significant differences between HCPs and OKPs. In the face-to-face training survey similar scores above 4 were obtained for most items. Knowledge acquisition improved significantly in both HCPs and OKPs, as well as in transplant/donor coordinators, medical doctors, registered nurses, anesthesiologists/intensivists, and intensive care nurses. Improvements in attitudes and perceptions regarding organ donation were also observed, particularly among HCPs. In the accomplishment of the learning process, a successful pass mark of 95% was obtained. The 'Train the Trainers' program was associated with an improvement in learning and attitudes of healthcare and non-healthcare professionals for the benefit of organ and tissue donation.
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It is part of: Transplant International, 2023, vol. 36, p. 10878
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ISSN: 0934-0874
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Articles publicats en revistes (IDIBAPS: Institut d'investigacions Biomèdiques August Pi i Sunyer)

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