Table 4: Confidence survey data: pre-post difference.

Confidence questions valueMedian (paired difference)Lower quartileUpper quartileOverall median (pre)Overall median (post)

(1) I know how to effectively perform primary and secondary surveys during a pediatric trauma resuscitation.0.00810145
(2) I feel confident I know when a pediatric trauma patient should be intubated in the trauma bay.0.00810134
(3) I am confident I could intubate a pediatric trauma patient using in line immobilization.0.01410234
(4) I know the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) and use it to guide the care of a patient.0.37500144
(5) I understand when a pediatric trauma patient is considered hemodynamically unstable.0.03110145
(6) I am confident I could be the primary team leader during pediatric trauma activation and effectively lead my team.0.00410234
(7) I am confident I can effectively delegate roles for the members of my team.0.00810235
(8) I am confident I can consistently provide orders in a closed loop fashion during a pediatric trauma resuscitation.0.00911134
(9) I am confident I can order appropriate diagnostic tests for a pediatric trauma patient.0.10910144
(10) I am confident I can perform a pediatric FAST exam.0.06300234
(11) I am confident I know when to transfer a patient to the operating room vs. keeping them in the emergency department for frequent reevaluation.0.01410234
(12) I am confident I know when to transfer a pediatric trauma patient to a trauma center.0.00810144
(13) I am confident I can manage a burn patient adequately and know the indications for transfer to a burn center0.00111234
(14) I am confident I can adequately reduce/splint fractures in a trauma setting.0.21900133
(15) I am confident I can manage a high voltage electrical injury patient.<0.00121224

See [16].