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Table 5 Showing motivational factors

From: Practice, perceived barriers and motivating factors to medical-incident reporting: a cross-section survey of health care providers at Mbarara regional referral hospital, southwestern Uganda

 Component
Individual motivating factor (Strongly agree, agree, disagree, strongly disagree)123
Rewards and incentives to health workers.297.790.235
Good communication system.749a−.135−.393
Corrective action in the system.614a.181.354
Training of health workers on incidents.397.284.508
Support from administration−.131.656−.658
Knowledge on incidents.696a−.071.222
Organizational factors
 Presence of a reporting system.358.364−.640
 Presence of written guideline.715a.088−.413
 Presence of an open door policy.691a−.622.077
 Presence of a no blame approach.286.793a.388
 Practice of team work.605a.017.596
Extraction Method: Principal Component Analysis
  1. NB:
  2. 1. Components 1, 2 and 3 represent how independent variables correlate with MIR
  3. 2. a Interpreted as correlations and only correlations above > 0.60 where considered (+ 1 to −1) to be moderately or fairly strongly correlated to MIR in Mbarara Regional Referral Hospital (MRRH)