Wilson & Butson

The aim of this study was to observe and capture naturalistic behaviour of 10 intensivists involved in a live surgical environment. A multi-modal data-centric design was used that combined video, audio, biometric data and participant self-reports, as well as objective performance data, utilising the Non-technical Skills for Surgeons (NOTSS) scale and the revised Objective Structured Assessment of Technical Skills (OSATS) scale. The four dimensions of learning (the social, cognitive, psychomotor and affective) were used as a framework for analysing behaviour.