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P15: EVALUATING THE INTERNATIONAL USABILITY OF A LOW-COST LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINER IN LOW- AND HIGH-INCOME SETTINGS

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P15: EVALUATING THE INTERNATIONAL USABILITY OF A LOW-COST LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINER IN LOW- AND HIGH-INCOME SETTINGS. / Franco, C; Sawhney, R; Burke, J; Aruparayil, N; Chauhan, M; Bolton, W; Mishra, A; Valdastri, P; Jayne, D.

British Journal of Surgery. Vol. 108 Oxford University Press (OUP), 2021.

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Franco, C, Sawhney, R, Burke, J, Aruparayil, N, Chauhan, M, Bolton, W, Mishra, A, Valdastri, P & Jayne, D 2021, P15: EVALUATING THE INTERNATIONAL USABILITY OF A LOW-COST LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINER IN LOW- AND HIGH-INCOME SETTINGS. in British Journal of Surgery. vol. 108, Oxford University Press (OUP). https://doi.org/10.1093/bjs/znab117.100

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Franco, C., Sawhney, R., Burke, J., Aruparayil, N., Chauhan, M., Bolton, W., Mishra, A., Valdastri, P., & Jayne, D. (2021). P15: EVALUATING THE INTERNATIONAL USABILITY OF A LOW-COST LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINER IN LOW- AND HIGH-INCOME SETTINGS. In British Journal of Surgery (Vol. 108). Oxford University Press (OUP). https://doi.org/10.1093/bjs/znab117.100

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Franco C, Sawhney R, Burke J, Aruparayil N, Chauhan M, Bolton W et al. P15: EVALUATING THE INTERNATIONAL USABILITY OF A LOW-COST LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINER IN LOW- AND HIGH-INCOME SETTINGS. In British Journal of Surgery. Vol. 108. Oxford University Press (OUP). 2021 https://doi.org/10.1093/bjs/znab117.100

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Franco, C ; Sawhney, R ; Burke, J ; Aruparayil, N ; Chauhan, M ; Bolton, W ; Mishra, A ; Valdastri, P ; Jayne, D. / P15: EVALUATING THE INTERNATIONAL USABILITY OF A LOW-COST LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINER IN LOW- AND HIGH-INCOME SETTINGS. British Journal of Surgery. Vol. 108 Oxford University Press (OUP), 2021.

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title = "P15: EVALUATING THE INTERNATIONAL USABILITY OF A LOW-COST LAPAROSCOPIC TRAINER IN LOW- AND HIGH-INCOME SETTINGS",
abstract = "Introduction Limited access to equipment and trained personnel restrict the adoption of laparoscopic surgery globally. There are a wide range of laparoscopic trainers available; however, most of these are not affordable. We propose an ultra-low-cost laparoscopic trainer (Lap-Pack), designed for portability, ease of assembly and compatibility with smart devices. The study aims to evaluate the usability of Lap-Pack as a training tool in low- and high-income settings. Method An international usability study was conducted in India and the UK in 2019. The participants (n=60), consisting of senior surgeons (n=18), junior trainees (n=20) and medical students (n=22), were asked to complete two tasks using Lap-Pack. Participants then scored Lap-Pack in a 25-point questionnaire, including a pre-established Face-Validity Criteria and four major evaluation categories – Usability, Camera, View, Material. Result Lap-Pack scored highly in Face-Validity with a combined mean score of 4.63 (95 4.31, 4.95, p ",
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