Perineal trauma caused by vaginal delivery is a problem that can occur in various ways from small lacerations to anal sphincter injury and one that negatively affects the quality of life of the woman. Specialists or midwives liable at perineal trauma repair are required to complete the intervention training for perineal trauma before their clinical practice and increase their skills with in-service training. The most important training materials used in the trainings organized for this purpose are the models consisting of materials that have very close properties to the actual tissues and organs. The aim of this study is to reveal the importance of skills training given to individuals responsible for repairing perineal traumas and to evaluate the effect of different application examples in this field.
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