Skip to main content

Advertisement

Table 4 Change in self-efficacy after SBE scenario 3 (neurological) 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 ± 0.582.41 ± 0.660.86<  0.0012 (1.5%)98 (73.1%)34 (25.4%)134
Q21.47 ± 0.612.40 ± 0.650.93<  0.0012 (1.5%)101 (75.4%)31 (23.1%)134
Q31.67 ± 0.642.56 ± 0.630.89<  0.0011 (0.7%)96 (71.6%)37 (27.6%)134
Q41.96 ± 0.672.74 ± 0.680.79<  0.0013 (2.2%)86 (64.2%)45 (33.6%)134
Q51.67 ± 0.562.44 ± 0.610.77<  0.0011 (0.8%)90 (68.7%)40 (30.5%)131
Q61.56 ± 0.622.51 ± 0.730.95<  0.0012 (1.5%)100 (74.6%)32 (23.9%)134
Q71.86 ± 0.672.67 ± 0.680.81<  0.0011 (0.7%)92 (68.7%)41 (30.6%)134