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Table 2 Change in self-efficacy after SBE scenario 1 (musculoskeletal) for combined 2014 and 2018 cohort, where 0 = “not at all”, 1 = “a little”, 2 = “moderately”, 3 = “a lot” and 4 = “totally” confident

From: Simulation-based education improves student self-efficacy in physiotherapy assessment and management of paediatric patients

QuestionMean Pre ScoreMean Post ScoreMean DifferenceP-ValueNegative RanksPositive RanksTiesTotal
Q11.54 ± 0.572.48 ± 0.620.94<  0.0010 (0%)126 (80.8%)30 (19.2%)156
Q21.48 ± 0.612.45 ± 0.660.97<  0.0011 (0.6%)122 (78.7%)32 (20.6%)155
Q31.71 ± 0.652.66 ± 0.620.95<  0.0011 (0.6%)116 (74.8%)38 (24.5%)155
Q42.04 ± 0.722.77 ± 0.710.73<  0.0014 (2.6%)99 (63.5%)53 (34%)156
Q51.67 ± 0.692.54 ± 0.620.86<  0.0013 (1.9%)109 (69.9%)44 (28.2%)156
Q61.56 ± 0.702.48 ± 0.610.92<  0.0012 (1.3%)118 (75.6%)36 (23.1%)156
Q72.01 ± 0.762.78 ± 0.660.76<  0.0014 (2.6%)98 (62.8%)54 (34.6%)156