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Table 2 Evaluation of the residents’ apreciation for the integration of the lesson with the Caravaggio’s masterpieces

From: Teaching pain recognition through art: the Ramsay-Caravaggio sedation scale

Questions Frequencies
(percentages)
1. What do you think about the use of painting artworks as teaching tools in medical classes?
 - A useful tool 11 (100%)
 - A potential distraction from key messages 0
 - A waste of time 0
 - None of above 0
2. In your opinion, can the evaluation of pain, anxiety and fear through a painting modify your ability of clinical interpretation ability?
 - Yes, it can be useful 9 (82%)
 - No, it is too far from real life 0
 - No, art is usually too cryptic to be easily understood 2 (18%)
 - None of above 0
3. With regards to the Ramsay scale class you attended, in your opinion the paintings were:
 - Appropriate for the score represented 8 (73%)
 - Not appropriate for the score represented 3 (27%)
 - Wrong and misleading for the score represented 0
 - None of above 0
4. With regards to the Ramsay scale class you attended, do you consider the images of the paintings:
 - Helpful for detecting the scores in the video 11 (100%)
 - Not helpful for detecting the scores in the video 0
 - Misleading 0
 - None of above 0
5. Regarding the Ramsay scale class you attended, is there a particular image you have been impressed by:
 - Yes (specified the image) 8 (73%)
 - Yes but I don’t remember which one 2 (18%)
 - No 1 (9%)
 - I don’t know 0
6. In your opinion, the evaluation of a piece of art with a didactic purpose makes sense …
 - … even if is illustrated by a doctor 9 (82%)
 - … only if illustrated by an expert 1 (9%)
 - … only if seen in real life 1 (9%)
 - I don’t know 0