Mobilizing the World Café Method for Adequate Development of Non-Technical Skills of Midwives in Morocco: A Pilot Experiment
- P: psychological = motivation and stress management.
- O: organizational = teamwork and conflict management.
- C: cognitive = adapting to complex situations and solving problems.
- I: interactional = communication and respect for privacy.
2. Materials and Methods
- Phenomenological examination of the data.
- Analysis using conceptualizing categories.
- The linking of categories and properties.
- The analytical integration of the whole.
- The modeling of the emerging phenomena.
- The consolidation of the theorization.
- Midwives’ performance during the experiment.
- The NTS developed.
- The contributions of the method used.
- Implications for practice.
4.2. Future Approaches
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Data Availability Statement
Conflicts of Interest
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|Cycle 1||Cycle 2||Cycle 3||Cycle 4|
|The co-construction of a scenario that reflects a real situation, an undesirable event based on their experiences in the field.||The barriers associated with this situation.||Solutions to the specific situation.||The perspectives and courses of action to be adopted/recommended in terms of the development of the NTS are categorized by a table and by scenario.|
|Conflict Management||Stress Management||Adaptation to Complex Situations|
|Cycle 1||The conflict between two midwives during the change in shifts in the delivery room was due to the lack of respect for the post, the tasks, etc.||Reaction to newborn suffering in the neonatology department; the absence of an on-call pediatrician; the mother was very stressed and agitated; non-functional O²source; the midwife was on her own.||Admission of a woman to a birthing center, with complete dilatation and fetal-pelvic disappearance = transfer or operationn. However, there was no gynecologist, no fuel in the ambulance, and no feedback from those in charge. The family members were angry and asked for interventions as soon as possible, showing verbal aggression towards the midwives.|
|Cycle 2||Regarding the midwife: |
|Cycle 3||The service: |
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Ghafili, A.; Azzouzi, W.; Hamdoune, M.; Gantare, A.; Lobet-Maris, C.; Gourdin, M. Mobilizing the World Café Method for Adequate Development of Non-Technical Skills of Midwives in Morocco: A Pilot Experiment. Healthcare 2023, 11, 519. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare11040519
Ghafili A, Azzouzi W, Hamdoune M, Gantare A, Lobet-Maris C, Gourdin M. Mobilizing the World Café Method for Adequate Development of Non-Technical Skills of Midwives in Morocco: A Pilot Experiment. Healthcare. 2023; 11(4):519. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare11040519Chicago/Turabian Style
Ghafili, Asmaa, Widad Azzouzi, Meryem Hamdoune, Abdellah Gantare, Claire Lobet-Maris, and Maximilien Gourdin. 2023. "Mobilizing the World Café Method for Adequate Development of Non-Technical Skills of Midwives in Morocco: A Pilot Experiment" Healthcare 11, no. 4: 519. https://doi.org/10.3390/healthcare11040519