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Table 4 Assessment by the 2010 sample of achievement of study goals

From: A four-year, systems-wide intervention promoting interprofessional collaboration

Items:
'The IPL-IPP study has...'
% of staff responding Assessment index
  Strongly agree/
Agree
Neutral Strongly disagree/disagree (% agree - % disagree) Rank*
1. Improved communication between members of different professions 30.8% 56.2% 13.0% 17.8% 9
2. Improved trust between members of different professions 29.8% 58.7% 11.4% 18.4% 8
3. Helped individuals improve communication skills 35.0% 55.6% 9.3% 25.7% 4
4. Reduced between-professional rivalries 20.8% 65.4% 13.8% 7.0% 10
5. Resulted in better relationships between members of different professions 31.4% 59.3% 9.4% 22.0% 6
6. Resulted in more positive attitudes to team work 37.0% 53.8% 9.1% 27.9% 3
7. Led to sharing of knowledge/
ideas between members of different professions
39.4% 51.0% 9.6% 29.8% 1
8. Led to more creative, integrated services 31.6% 57.8% 10.7% 20.9% 7
9. Improved clinical practice between members of different professions 33.3% 57.2% 9.4% 23.9% 5
10. Improved quality of care for patients 37.3% 53.7% 9.0% 28.3% 2
Average 32.5% 56.9% 10.5%   
  1. *Responses ranked from 1 most to 10 least achieved