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Table 3 Post-Intervention intern survey

From: A randomized trial of an intervention to improve resident-fellow teaching interactions on the wards

  Control   Intervention   P-value
N = 32 N = 26
Direct communication >50 % of the time 18 (56 %) 14 (44 %) 19 (73 %) 7 (27 %) 0.18
In-person communication >50 % of interactions 3 (9 %) 29 (91 %) 8 (31 %) 18 (69 %) 0.05
Frequency of teaching ≥ 50 % of interactions 6 (19 %) 26 (71 %) 11 (42 %) 15 (58 %) 0.05
Initiate interaction >50 % of the time 13 (41 %) 19 (59 %) 11 (42 %) 15 (58 %) 0.90
Learn new facts >50 % of the time 17 (53 %) 15 (47 %) 16 (62 %) 10 (38 %) 0.52
Amount of teaching (just the right amount or more) 12 (38 %) 20 (62 %) 9 (35 %) 17 (65 %) 0.82
Share teaching points with the team (often, most of the time) 17 (55 %) 15 (45 %) 15 (58 %) 11 (42 %) 0.83
Find sharing of teaching points with team helpful (agree or strongly agree) 30 (94 %) 2 (6 %) 26 (100 %) 0 (0 %) 0.50
Pushback in <15 % of consults 11 (34 %) 21 (66 %) 7 (27 %) 19 (73 %) 0.54
Comfort asking questions (comfortable, very comfortable) 22 (69 %) 10 (31 %) 23 (88 %) 3 (12 %) 0.11
Overall communication (very good, excellent) 11 (34 %) 21 (66 %) 13 (50 %) 13 (50 %) 0.23