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NCT05317988First Published: 2022 Sep 22Updated Date: 2022 Sep 22

Online Training for the Reconstitution of Fosun/BioNTech: a Learning Platform to Determine Readiness for Complex Medication Preparation Procedures

  1. Study Type
  2. Interventional
  1. Study Aim
  2. Other
  3. Prevention
  1. Study Design
  2. Single Arm/Controlled Before After
  1. Intervention Assignment
  2. Not Applicable
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Online Training for the Reconstitution of Fosun/BioNTech: a Learning Platform to Determine Readiness for Complex Medication Preparation Procedures

NCT05317988
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The COVID-19 vaccine by BioNTech requires specific, delicate storage and dilution procedures to be stringently followed for safety and effectiveness. Training should be completed prior to undertaking dilution procedures. Currently, the nursing and pharmacy curricula do not have content on specialized vaccine reconstitution techniques. E-learning has become an essential component of teaching and learning due to COVID. Yet, optimal online learning module development for clinical procedural skill acquisition and appropriate online formative assessment has not been adequately explored. To bridge this training gap for Hong Kong nurses and pharmacists, this project aims to develop a video-based online learning programme, coupled to a randomized controlled study to determine the effectiveness of online vaccine reconstitution training. The module, a supplement to the current teaching curriculum, will train students from both Nursing and Pharmacy disciplines. Outcome measures include formative assessment of student performance, which can be used to inform the design and content of experiential content in healthcare professional curriculums. If this learning platform is shown to be effective, the scope could be extended to other disciplines (not limited to healthcare) where learning complex procedural tasks are necessary for the absence of instructor-led teaching