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Table. 7.

Table. 7.

Results of usability evaluation for the first prototype

Client’s opinion on the first prototype Modifications from the first prototype
•It is an educational method suitable for the subject.
•The training time is appropriate
•Tasks to be performed during the practice session for each subject were clearly presented.
•Among the solutions, I agree that it is necessary to organize the contents learned through flipped learning in the lab notes in advance, and to carry out the infection control process during acupuncture without the help of the operator. The problem is that students read consent form only at first, but it is done mechanically without reading it later.
•I expect that the peer led OSCE will be particularly effective. It would be better to conduct the OSCE after completing the practice rather than during the practice.
•A manual that guides learners like instructions on what to do during practice, including infection control for acupuncture treatment is needed.
•Introduction (prepare for class): The performance of obtaining consent became more specific.
•Introduction (prepare for class): The subject of the measurement of vital signs and the filling out the pre-procedure checklist was specified as the operator.
•Development: The peer led OSCE was changed to be conducted after the practice instead of during the practice. In addition, it was specified that OSCE is performed once for each operator. Peer led OSCE OSCE results should be recorded in the lab notes.
•The subject of filling out the after-procedure checklist was specified as the operator.

OSCE : objective structured clinical examination.

Korean J Acupunct 2022;39:71-83 https://doi.org/10.14406/acu.2022.012
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