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Table 3 Incident reporting attitudes, intentions and behaviour (n = 33)

From: Do specialty registrars change their attitudes, intentions and behaviour towards reporting incidents following a patient safety course?

  Pre-course Post-course   Follow-up  
  No Cannot Decide Yes No Cannot Decide Yes Significance
Pre-course vs Post-course
No Cannot Decide Yes Significance
Pre-course vs Follow-up
7. Do you think it is important for registrars to report incidents where there is no harm done to the patient(s)? 7
(21%)
0 26
(79%)
5
(15%)
0 28
(85%)
NS 0 2
(6%)
31
(94%)
p = 0.005
8. Do you think it is important for registrars to report incidents where there is harm done to the patient(s)? 2
(6%)
0 31
(94%)
0 0 33
(100%)
NS 0 0 33
(100%)
NS
9. Are you seriously considering reporting incidents within the next six months? 10
(30%)
0 23
(70%)
3
(9%)
0 30
(91%)
p = 0.030 0 2
(6%)
31
(94%)
p = 0.011
10. Are you planning to start reporting within the next month? 12
(36%)
0 21
(64%)
6
(18%)
0 27
(82%)
NS 5
(15%)
4
(12%)
24
(73%)
p = 0.045
11. Have you reported a incident within the last six months? 20
(61%)
0 13
(39%)
     19
(58%)
0 14
(42%)
NS