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Table 3 Change in self-efficacy after SBE scenario 2 (cardiorespiratory) 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
Q11.55 ± 0.612.43 ± 0.630.88<  0.0011 (0.7%)110 (73.8%)38 (25.5%)149
Q21.49 ± 0.612.38 ± 0.650.89<  0.0012 (1.3%)107 (71.8%)40 (26.8%)149
Q31.67 ± 0.642.52 ± 0.620.85<  0.0012 (1.4%)107 (72.3%)39 (26.4%)148
Q41.98 ± 0.722.76 ± 0.670.78<  0.0013 (2%)97 (65.1%)49 (32.9%)149
Q51.60 ± 0.632.45 ± 0.670.85<  0.0010 (0%)107 (71.8%)42 (28.2%)149
Q61.58 ± 0.632.40 ± 0.690.81<  0.0013 (2%)102 (68.5%)44 (29.5%)149
Q71.85 ± 0.702.71 ± 0.640.86<  0.0010 (0%)104 (69.8%)45 (30.2%)149