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Table 4 Frequency analysis of literature-based competences in the entire interview and in the open-ended questions about the ward round process (procedural part)

From: Ward round competences in surgery and psychiatry - a comparative multidisciplinary interview study

Competences Mentioned by % of the interviewees
Entire Interview Procedural Part
Surgery - Psychiatry Surgery - Psychiatry
Collaborative clinical reasoning 100–100 90–93
Communication clinician - patient 100–100 70–83
Communication clinician - team 100–100 83–93
Organization 100–100 57–57
Teamwork 100–100 37–30
Management of difficult situations 100–100 0–3
Self-management 100–100 3–10
Error-management 100–97 0–0
Teaching 97–100 3–0
Empathy 93–100 0–0
Nonverbal communication clinician - patient 70–93a 0–0
  1. Frequency analysis of interviews with medical ward staff (N surgery = 30, N psychiatry = 30) of the specialities surgery and psychiatry
  2. The majority of interviewees of both specialities commented the competences which were identified by literature and asked about in the interviews (first column)
  3. The interviewees described particular competences when answering open-ended questions about the ward round process at the beginning of the interview (second column, procedural part)
  4. aIndicates statistically significant differences between surgery and psychiatry: p = .045