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Fig. 2

From: Program directors’ perceptions of importance of pediatric procedural skills and resident preparedness

Fig. 2

Mean perceived importance by mean perceived preparedness. Scatter plot of mean perceived importance (x axis) by mean perceived preparedness (y axis). Gray area shows skills that are perceived to be of high importance (>3) but low preparedness (<3): IV access/blood drawing, OG/NG tube placement, immunizations, bladder catheterization, limb immobilization, tracheostomy tube care, ear curettage, GU/pelvic exam/specimens, ENT foreign body removal, and chest tube/thoracentesis

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