Direct Observation of Procedural Skills (DOPS)
DOPS is designed to assess and provide a structured feedback format for both knowledge and technical proficiency regarding a discrete procedural skill.

Please encourage the trainees to do DOPS throughout their attachment, it should provide ongoing structured feedback to aid and support their learning. They should not be doing unsupervised procedures if they have not been deemed competent.

It is useful to ask the trainee to outline how they will do the procedure and what precautions they will take, before they start the procedure. To assess clinical knowledge, understanding and reasoning related to performing the procedure on a patient. Remember that the most important aspect of this assessment is the constructive feedback you provide to the trainee after completing the DOPS.
Trainee's name *
Assessor *
Date *
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Procedure *
Time pressure *
Ultrasound guided *
Domain instructions
Each domain is scored from 1 to 10 with:
Score of 1 to 3 indicating that significant input was required from the assessor
Score of 4 to 6 indicating that some guidance was required from the assessor
Score of 7 to 9 indicating that the trainee is able to manage the procedure independently
Clinical knowledge *
Consent *
Preparation *
Vigilance *
Infection control *
Technical ability *
Patient interaction *
Insight *
Documentation *
Post procedure management *
Team interaction *
Overall performance *
Was the procedure completed satisfactorily *
Required
Examples of what was done well *
Your answer
Areas that needed supervisory input *
Your answer
Suggestions for gaining greater independence *
Your answer
Level of supervision required *
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