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Table 3 Comparisons of confidence of judgement

From: Validation of a competence-based assessment of medical students’ performance in the physician’s role

Facets of Competences SupervisorsNurses
tM ± SDpadCohenNM ± SDpadCohenN
Responsibility13.47 ± 0.79.605.086554.23 ± 0.76.121.25466
23.56 ± 1.19844.42 ± 0.7486
Teamwork and collegiality13.04 ± 1.21.001.604574.25 ± 0.75.799.04365
23.73 ± 1.09784.22 ± 0.6483
Knowing and maintaining own personal bounds and possibilities13.64 ± 0.90.019.389673.74 ± 1.02.303.17465
23.99 ± 0.90873.91 ± 0.9469
Structure, work planning and priorities14.04 ± 0.59.266.196673.76 ± 0.95.047.33467
24.16 ± 0.63904.06 ± 0.8580
Coping with mistakes12.77 ± 1.25.034.400524.16 ± 0.81.005.59943
23.31 ± 1.43614.62 ± 0.7350
Scientifically and empirically grounded method of working12.47 ± 1.03<.0011.246514.23 ± 1.11  39
23.90 ± 1.2648
Verbal communication with colleagues and supervisors14.09 ± 0.67.634.082674.31 ± 0.70.144.24367
24.15 ± 0.78894.14 ± 0.7083
  1. Note: Based on analysis of t1 data, we noticed, that nurses had no possibility to assess “Scientifically and empirically grounded method of working” in our simulation. Therefore, this competence was deleted from the scoring sheet in t2
  2. pa: Significances for the differences between t1 and t2