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Table 5 Predictive validity: association of TCT barrier questions to infection prevention behaviors and CLABSI

From: Validity and usefulness of members reports of implementation progress in a quality improvement initiative: findings from the Team Check-up Tool (TCT)

  Time to 1st Quarter with No CLABSI (n = 22 ICUs) Time to 1st Quarter with All 5 Prevention Behaviors (n = 15 ICUs)
Barrier questions Coef. P value Coef. P value
Sum of #15a to #15 m (Scores in the first month) -0.019 0.802 -0.020 0.822
   a. Insufficient knowledge 0.060 0.801 0.215 0.376
   b. Lack of team member consensus -0.074 0.807 0.000 0.999
   c. Not enough time 0.090 0.696 -0.475 0.232
   d. Lack of quality improvement skills -0.254 0.468 0.050 0.855
   e. Not enough buy-in from other staff members -0.044 0.861 -0.004 0.986
   f. Not enough buy-in from other physician staff -0.070 0.707 -0.305 0.183
   g. Not enough buy-in from other nursing staff -0.057 0.830 -0.075 0.784
   h. Burden of data collection -0.204 0.477 0.064 0.827
   i. Not enough leadership support from executives -0.176 0.493 0.089 0.787
   j. Not enough leadership support from physicians -0.007 0.975 -0.186 0.480
   k. Not enough leadership support from nurses -0.010 0.968 -0.500 0.220
   l. Insufficient autonomy/authority -0.285 0.336 -0.115 0.726
   m. Inability of team members to work together -0.166 0.684 -0.333 0.564
  1. *Based on unadjusted Cox proportional hazard regression models.