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Table 2 Details of training programme for burn care nurses based on the TIDieR checklist

From: Effects of a nurse-led transitional burns rehabilitation programme (4Cs-TBuRP) for adult burn survivors: protocol for a randomised controlled trial

TIDieR checklist
Why (goal/aim, rationale, and theory) What (materials and procedures), when (schedule), how much (frequency, dose, and intensity of interventions), who (provider), and how (mode of delivery) Where (location of the intervention) Tailoring (personalized, titrated or adapted for individual circumstances) Modifications (changes that occurred during study) How well (intervention adherence)
The objectives of the mandatory training programme were to enable the burn care nurses to be able to describe transitional care; assess, manage, and monitor the transitional needs of burn patients using the Omaha System and refer when applicable; and demonstrate burns rehabilitation competencies (scar, itch, and pain management; psychosocial care; aromatherapy; exercises and splinting; monitoring nutrition and hydration; and infection prevention). What (materials and procedures)
• Overview of transitional care
• Overview of the Omaha System and its application to clinical practice
• Overview of the rehabilitation program
• Comprehensive scar management
• Rehabilitation therapies/strategies I: (Psychosocial Care- the STEPS Approach, 3-2-1 GO Strategy, and Counseling).
• Positive reinforcement
• Meditation
• Aromatherapy
• Rehabilitation therapies/strategies II: (itch management, pain management, and skin/wound care).
• Exercises/splinting/positioning
• Nutrition-hydration
• Infection precautions
• Undertaking referrals
When (schedule)
• Training scheduled from 28th August 2020 to 2nd September 2020.
• Personal revision schedule
How much (frequency and dose)
• 4.5 h per session (18 h in total)
Who (Provider)
• One professor of rehabilitation
• One professor of nursing
• One burn care nurse/doctoral student
How (mode of delivery)
• Online via Zoom
Gansu Provincial Hospital Though the training programme was designed for the group, the facilitators offered assistance to individuals based on questions raised No modifications made Entire training schedule was duly adhered to with no deviation