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Table 6 Selected pre- and post-results of the students evaluation questionnaires of the WHO’s Patient Safety Curriculum Guide (N = 39)

From: Applying interprofessional Team-Based Learning in patient safety: a pilot evaluation study

Questions Pre
% 4 + 5
Mean (SD)
Post
% 4 + 5
Mean (SD)
Pre vs post
Significance, Wilcoxon test
If I keep learning from my mistakes, I can prevent incidents. 89.7%
4.41 (0.85)
82.1%
4.21 (0.80)
P = 0.16
Z = − 1.40
Acknowledging and dealing with errors will be an important part of my job. 89.7%
4.33 (0.84)
87.2%
4.13 (0.61)
P = 0.21
Z = − 1.26
Telling others about an error I made would be easy. 43.6%
3.31 (0.98)
28.2%
3.10 (0.79)
P = 0.16
Z = − 1.41
It is easier to find someone to blame rather than focus on the causes of error. 33.3%
2.85 (1.11)
17.9%
2.64 (1.04)
P = 0.36
Z = − 0.91
I am always able to ensure that patient safety is not compromised. 35.9%
3.18 (0.89)
23.7%
2.84 (0.92)
P = 0.09
Z = − 1.67
I believe that filling in reporting forms will help to improve patient safety. 66.7%
3.72 (0.97)
84.6%
3.95 (0.60)
P = 0.30
Z = − 1.05
I plan to inform my colleagues about the errors they make. 64.1%
3.62 (0.75)
100%
3.77 (0.43)
P = 0.31
Z = − 1.02