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Table 4 Association between Osteopathy Clinical Teaching Questionnaire student and self-evaluation

From: Clinical educator self-efficacy, self-evaluation and its relationship with student evaluations of clinical teaching

Self-evaluation Student Common Variance
1. Maintain a positive attitude towards students −0.04 0.1%
2. Demonstrate humanistic attitudes in relating to patients (integrity, compassion and respect) −0.01 0.01%
3 Show genuine concern for my students professional well-being 0.12 1.4%
4. Have good communication skills −0.12 1.4%
5. Am open to student questions and alternative approaches to patient management 0.22 4.8%
6. Adjust teaching to my student’s needs (experience, competence, interest) −0.19 3.6%
7. Promote reflection on clinical practice −0.20 4%
8. Emphasise a problem-solving approach rather than solutions 0.34* 11.6%
9. Ask questions to enhance my students learning −0.25 6.2%
10. Stimulate student’s to learn independently −0.15 2.2%
11. Offer my student’s suggestions for improvement when required −0.15 2.2%
12. Demonstrated osteopathic, clinical examination and rehabilitation knowledge and skill(s) 0.14 2.0%
Global - Rate your overall effectiveness as a Clinical Educator/supervisor −0.21 4.4%