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Table 6 The power analysis of significant parameters in Tables 3, 4 and 5 between regular and intervention FD modules by self-reported participants’ familiarity, confidence and sustainability for core competency (CC) education after training

From: Sustained effects of faculty leadership development modules for clinical instructors of core competences education in Taiwan: a four-year explanatory case study

Significant parametersData of end-of-module stageData of follow-up stage
I am familiar with delivering CC-based teaching- Teaching clinics60.7%100%
I am familiar with delivering CC-based assessment- Case-based discussion (CBD)100%99.9%
I am familiar with delivering CC-based assessment-mini-CEX99.2%99.9%
I am familiar with delivering CC-based assessment- OSCE100%100%
I am familiar with designing CC-based teaching and assessments100%100%
I am familiar with leading CC-based teaching and assessments100%100%
I feel confident in delivering CC-based teachings100%100%
I feel confident in leading CC-based teachings and assessments100%100%
I am sustainably involve in designing and leading CC-based education within 1 year100%100%
I am sustainably incorporate CC in leading courses within 1 year100%100%