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Table 2 Survey Results

From: A process evaluation of the improving wisely intervention: a peer-to-peer data intervention to reduce overuse in surgery

Item TDF Domain Median, mode (range 1–5) N (total responses per question)
   PART 1: Perceptions of intervention   
   1 – Strongly Disagree; 2 – Disagree; 3 – Neither Agree nor Disagree; 4 – Agree; 5 – Strongly Agree   
1 Knowledge Seeing my report has changed my perception of my practice patterns 3, 3 613
2 Knowledge I would be interested in seeing my utilization report again in the future 5, 5 659
3 Skills It is simple to interpret the results of the Improving Wisely report 5, 5 631
4 Social/Professional Role/Identity It is important for me that my performance falls within the boundaries of variation established by ACMS (1.1–2.2 stages per case) 5, 5 667
5 Social/Professional Role/Identity I find value in seeing my procedure data compared to national benchmarks 5, 5 668
6 Beliefs about Consequences I am concerned this report could negatively impact my reputation, even though it is confidential 2, 2 661
7 Believes about Capabilities I am confident that I can achieve (outlier) / can continue to achieve (non-outlier) a practice pattern within the national average within the next 6 months 5, 5 656
   PART 2: Perceptions of Impact   
8 Optimism I believe the Improving Wisely project will improve patient care 4, 5 690
9 Optimism I believe the Improving Wisely project will reduce annual costs of Mohs surgery to the system 4, 5 689
10 Optimism I believe that the Improving Wisely project will change Mohs surgeons’ behaviour 4, 4 688
11 Optimism I believe that improvements in surgeon practice due to Improving Wisely will be sustained long term with repeat reports 4, 4 688
12 Optimism I believe that improvements in surgeon practice due to Improving Wisely will be sustained long term without repeat reports 2, 2 686
13 Beliefs about Consequences The Improving Wisely report made me more aware of unnecessary medical care 3, 4 666
14 Beliefs about Consequences The Improving Wisely project has improved the quality of my surgical practice 3, 3 647
15 Intentions After seeing my individual data, I intend to be more mindful of my stages per case rate 3, 3 638
16 Memory, Attention and Decision Processes Knowledge of my procedure data influence the way I perform Mohs surgery 3, 3 649
   PART 3: Overall Impressions   
17 Environmental context and resources The principles of Improving Wisely make sense in the context of Mohs surgery 5, 5 683
18 Environmental context and resources I believe the Improving Wisely data sharing approach can be valuable for other areas of medicine 5, 5 682
19 Social Influences Most people whose opinions I value would support the Improving Wisely project 5, 5 676
20 Social/Professional Role/Identity The goals of Improving Wisely project should be communicated to trainees 5, 5 682
21 Emotion I felt undue pressure from seeing my data report 2, 2 646
22 Emotion I feel threatened by this project 2, 1 667
23 Optimism I am supportive of the Improving Wisely initiative 5, 5 676
24 Optimism I do NOT support the Improving Wisely project 1, 1 667