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Table 1 Descriptive statistics, internal consistency reliability, and convergent validity

From: Assessing the effects of pharmacists’ perceived organizational support, organizational commitment and turnover intention on provision of medication information at community pharmacies in Lithuania: a structural equation modeling approach

  Mdn M SD α CR AVE
Perceived Organizational Supporta     0.85 0.86 0.67
POS_1: The pharmacy I am working in really cares about my well-being 4 3.14 1.34    
POS_2: The pharmacy I am working in strongly considers my goals and values 4 3.27 1.33    
POS_4: The pharmacy I am working in cares about my opinions 4 3.24 1.32    
Organizational Commitmenta     0.88 0.88 0.65
OC_2: I talk up this pharmacy to my friends as a great organization to work for 4 3.77 1.20    
OC_6: I am proud to tell others I am part of this pharmacy 4 3.35 1.26    
OC_8: This pharmacy really inspires the very best in me in terms of job performance 4 3.49 1.23    
OC_10: I am extremely glad that I chose this pharmacy to work for over others I was considering at the time I joined 4 3.36 1.29    
Turnover Intentiona     0.86 0.86 0.76
MOAQ_1: I often think of leaving the organization 2 2.13 1.35    
MOAQ_2: It is very possible that I will look for a new job soon 1 2.11 1.34    
Provision of Medication Informationb     0.83 0.84 0.51
PMI_1: How often do you provide all necessary information on the use of the drug being dispensed? 4 4.31 0.79    
PMI _2: How often do you inform about safe use of the drug being dispensed? 5 4.62 0.62    
PMI _3: How often do you answer all additional questions about the drug being dispensed? 5 4.52 0.66    
PMI _4: How often do you warn about the drugs that are incompatible with the drug being dispensed? 4 4.10 0.87    
PMI _5: How often do you warn about possible contraindications of the drug being dispensed? 4 3.91 0.93    
  1. Notes: Mdn – median; M – mean; SD – standard deviation; α – Cronbach’s alpha; CR – composite reliability; AVE – average variance extracted.
  2. aFive-point scale ranging from 1 (strongly disagree) to 5 (strongly agree).
  3. bFive-point scale ranging from 1 (never) to 5 (always).