Optimizing learner engagement during mental skills training: A pilot study of small group vs. individualized training

Mental skills can reduce residents’ skill decay due to stress, but it is unclear how to optimally deliver mental skills training. We assessed the difference in engagement, mental skills use, and laparoscopic skill improvements between residents who received mental skills training individually and in small groups. We found that individually-trained residents were more engaged compared to those trained in groups, however, there were no differences between groups at post-test in their mental skills use or laparoscopic performance. It appears that there are no appreciable differences in outcomes resulting from implementing mental skills training with individual learners and small groups.

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