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Table 3 Scores per question of McColl test

From: Learning results of GP trainers in a blended learning course on EBM: a cohort study

  T0: Mean (SD) T1: Mean (SD) T 2: Mean (SD)
1. How would you describe your own attitude towards the current promotion of EBM? 63.5 (15.6) 66.0 (15.7) 58.2 (17.0)
2. How would you describe the attitude of most of your colleagues towards EBM? 59.3 (14.0) 52.3 (17.5) 54.3 (14.1)
3. How useful is evidence-based medicine in your day-to-day management of patients? 62.4 (16.8) 63.5 (17.7) 59.8 (18.2)
4. What percentage of your clinical practice is currently evidence based? 57.4 (15.7) 63.0 (14.5) 64.3 (11.1)
5. Practicing EBM improves patient care. 67.0 (17.3) 71.0 (16.9) 70.1 (14.0)
6. EBM is of limited value in general practice because much of primary care lacks a scientific basis. 45.1 (20.6) 56.2 (21.3) 54.8 (20.6)
7. The adoption of EBM, however worthwhile as an ideal, places another demand on already overloaded GPs. 38.1 (21.7) 36.9 (23.1) 40.5 (22.0)
Total score 56.2 (10.7) 58.4 (10.3) 57.4 (9.3)