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Table 4 Canonical Correlations between Individual Self-efficacy/ Organizational Bottom-up Approach set 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 sets   (N = 218)
Canonical variates
1st 2nd
Set 1: Individual self-efficacy/Organizational bottom-up approach
 Knowledge about medication administration −.83 .12
 Clinical decision-making .41 −.57
 Nurse -physician collaboration satisfaction .42 .84
 % Redundancy (r2) 4.58 1.83
Set 2: Perceived barriers to reporting medication administration errors
 Administrative responses −.22 −.94
 Disagreement over medication error .64 −.67
 Reporting effort −.29 −.46
 Fear −.25 −.42
 % Redundancy (r2) 2.02 2.24
Canonical correlation 0.37 0.23
Significance test: F(p) 3.84(<.001) 2.34(.031)
Variance explained 13.4 5.3
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