Unannounced drills in obstetric emergencies are a good idea | Unannounced drills in obstetric emergencies are stressful and unpleasant | |||||||||||
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Before implementation 2003–2006 | After implementation 2007–2008 | After implementation 2007–2008 | Before implementation 2003–2006 | After implementation 2007–2008 | After implementation 2007–2008 | |||||||
All staff | (*part of all staff for statistical analysis of paired data) | All staff, including staff participating in ISS | (*part of all staff for statistical analysis of paired data) | Staff not participating in ISS | (*part of staff not participating in ISS for statistical analysis of paired data) | All staff | (*part of all staff for statistical analysis of paired data) | All staff including staff participating in ISS | (*part of all staff for statistical analysis of paired data) | Staff not participating in ISS | (*part of staff not participating in ISS for statistical analysis of paired data) | |
Strongly disagree | 1 (1%) | (1*(1%)) | 2 (1%) | (1*(1%)) | 1 (1%) | (0) | 27 (14%) | (17*(18%)) | 48 (31%) | (32*(33%)) | 39 (29%) | (26*(31%)) |
Disagree | 16 (8%) | (8*(8%)) | 6 (4%) | (4*(4%)) | 5 (4%) | (3*(4%)) | 75 (38%) | (33*(34%)) | 33 (22%) | (21*(22%)) | 30 (22%) | (19*(23%)) |
Uncertain | 42 (21%) | (23*(24%)) | 10 (7%) | (6*(6%)) | 10 (7%) | (6*(7%)) | 45 (23%) | (29*(30%)) | 22 (14%) | (10*(10%)) | 19 (14%) | (9*(11%)) |
Agree | 55 (28%) | (25*(26%)) | 30 (20%) | (22*(23%)) | 27 (20%) | (21*(25%)) | 41 (21%) | (13*(14%)) | 44 (29%) | (30*(32%)) | 42 (31%) | (28*(33%)) |
Strongly agree | 82 (42%) | (38*(40%)) | 105(69%) | (62*(65%)) | 92 (68%) | (53*(64%)) | 11 (6%) | (4*(4%)) | 6 (4%) | (3*(3%)) | 5 (4%) | (2*(2%)) |
Total | 196 | (95*) | 153 | (95*) | 135 | (83*) | 199 | (96*) | 153 | (96*) | 135 | (84*) |
Non- responders | 24/220 (11%) | 25/178 (14%) | 20/155 (13%) | 21/220 (10%) | 25/178 (14%) | 20/155 (13%) | ||||||
κ | 0.30 (0.17–0.42) p<0.0001 (N=95*) | 0.23 (0.09–0.36) p=0.0001 (N=96*) | ||||||||||
κ | 0.33 (0.19–0.47) p<0.0001 (N=83*) | 0.27 (0.12–0.41) p=0.0003 (N=84*) |
Responses were rated on a five-point Likert scale from strongly disagree to strongly agree. The questionnaire statements are shown in bold.
* () represents the number of respondents included in the statistical test, as the test is based on paired data and only respondents who completed both pre-Q and post-Q questionnaires were part of the statistical analysis. Annual staff turnover due to, for example, maternity leave and job changes reduced staff able to responds twice to both pre-Q and post-Q questionnaires .