- •T-NOTECHS was developed with an acceptable robust methodology.
- •The tool has good sensibility with adequate content, face validity, & feasibility.
- •Synthesis of evidence supports T-NOTECHS′ use as a discriminative & evaluative tool.
- •Ideal rater has clinical expertise in trauma care & simulation-based teaching.
- •Ideal setting to utilize T-NOTECHS is with trauma video review.
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