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Table 3 Association between the communication channels and the creation of R&D intentions among healthcare staff

From: Promoting the creation of R&D intentions in primary healthcare measured by a validated instrument

 Seminar/conferenceCommitted staff/managerBulletin/reportInternetIntranet
n1/N1 (%)Pn1/N1 (%)Pn1/N1 (%)Pn1/N1 (%)Pn1/N1 (%)P
Measurement I:
 R&D interest154/240(64)< 0.001191/227(84)< 0.001267/296(90)< 0.00113/159(8)NS116/218(53)NS
 New way of thinking109/140(78)< 0.001129/197(65)< 0.001143/228 (63)NS4/11 (36)NS60/98 (61)NS
 Willingness to change48/65 (74)< 0.00164/72 (89)< 0.02366/74 (89)NS3/46 (7)NS28/59 (48)NS
 n2/N2 (%)Pn2/N2 (%)Pn2/N2 (%)Pn2/N2 (%)Pn2/N2 (%)P
Measurement II:
 R&D interest161/229 (70)< 0.001210/248 (85)< 0.001241/279 (86)< 0.00129/160 (18)NS132/215 (61)0.001
 New way of thinking111/144 (76)< 0.001129/143 (69)< 0.001150/166 (90)0.00215/91 (17)NS77/125 (62)NS
 Willingness to change50/69 (73)< 0.02166/73 (90)0.00867/75 (89)0.0498/54 (15)NS39/68 (57)NS
  1. N1: Participated in the intervention and replied to the questionnaire
  2. N2: Participated in the intervention, remained in the organisation and replied to the questionnaire
  3. n1: Staff who changed the attitudes in the measurement I
  4. n2: Staff who changed/retained the attitudes in the measurement II
  5. χ2 and Fisher’s exact tests were used
  6. NS not statistically significant