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Table 2 SAQ domain scores, a comparison between doctors and nurses

From: Changes in safety climate and teamwork in the operating room after implementation of a revised WHO checklist: a prospective interventional study

Domain Profession Baseline Post-intervention Change
(n) Mean (SD) p-value (n) Mean (SD) p-value (n) a Mean SEM P-value
Team work climate Doctors 34 72 10.0 0.001 27 69 11.2 0.006 16 −1.8 1.6 0.700
Nurses 72 62 16.2 61 61 13.2 47 1.0 2.8
Job satisfaction Doctors 42 75 14.6 0.856 37 73 12.3 0.551 22 −1.2 2.1 0.498
Nurses 71 75 15.7 57 71 15.3 43 −2.7 1.7
Perception of management Doctors 37 63 17.9 0.023 31 57 16.3 0.081 18 1.4 2.2 0.005
Nurses 69 56 14.9 55 51 15.7 41 −8.4 2.9
Safety Climate Doctors 30 66 14.9 0.056 30 63 14.0 0.307 14 −1.8 3.4 0.907
Nurses 67 60 14.6 51 60 13.9 38 3.1 2.4
Stress recognition Doctors 44 76 16.8 0.013 36 73 14.0 0.690 23 −2.2 3.3 0.638
Nurses 73 66 20.6 57 71 19.8 43 4.1 2.5
Working Conditions Doctors 30 70 15.2 0.005 26 65 15.6 0.072 11 2.3 4.4 0.132
Nurses 65 61 14.1 48 59 13.4 36 −2.3 2.0
  1. Domain Score in SAQ at two different time points reported in the different domains, before (baseline) and after (post-intervention) a change in the use of WHO checklist. All domains on a scale 0–100, presented as mean value where 0 = Disagree strongly, 100 = Agree Strongly. P-values are a comparison between doctors and nurses perception of different domains. Doctors = surgeons and anesthesiologist. Nurses = scrub nurses, nurse anaesthetists, nurse assistants
  2. aParticipants answering both SAQ baseline and SAQ post-intervention