|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
• Rehabilitation therapies/strategies II: (itch management, pain management, and skin/wound care).
• Infection precautions
• Undertaking referrals
• 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)
• 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|