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Table 3 Correlations among Knowledge about Medication Administration, Clinical Decision-Making, Nurse -physician Collaboration Satisfaction, and Perceived Barriers to Reporting Medication Administration Errors

From: Canonical correlations between individual self-efficacy/organizational bottom-up approach and perceived barriers to reporting medication errors: a multicenter study

Variables   (N = 218)
Individual self-efficacy/Organizational bottom-up approach set Perceived barriers to reporting medication administration errors
r(p)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Individual self-efficacy/ Organizational bottom-up approach
1. Knowledge about medication administration 1.00       
2. Clinical decision-making −0.01 (.868) 1.00      
3. Nurse-physician collaboration satisfaction −0.11 (.114) − 0.06 (.348) 1.00     
Perceived barriers to reporting medication administration errors
4. Fear 0.08 (.234) 0.04 (.544) −0.11 (.099) 1.00    
5. Disagreement over medication error −0.24 (<.001) 0.16 (.019) −0.04 (.548) 0.20 (.004) 1.00   
6. Reporting effort 0.04 (.581) −0.04 (.532) −0.16 (.019) 0.25 (<.001) 0.43 (<.001) 1.00  
7. Administrative responses 0.04 (.595) 0.11 (.102) −0.22 (.001) 0.52 (<.001) 0.40 (<.001) 0.27 (<.001) 1.00
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