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Table 3 Relations between clinicians’ EBTI scores and EBT workshop attendance, EBT adoption, and EBT use

From: Assessing mental health clinicians’ intentions to adopt evidence-based treatments: reliability and validity testing of the evidence-based treatment intentions scale

  EBT workshop attendance (1 month) EBT adoption (12 months) EBT use (12 months)
Variable Coeff. SE Coeff. SE Coeff. SE
Intercept −2.75** .76 4.98*** .36 66.06*** 4.89
Years of experience −.02 .04 .08** .03 .15 .33
Education 1.20 1.01 .49 .77 −.23 9.40
Position −1.16 1.30 .59 .38 −.90 4.55
EBTI (EBT intentions) .65* .30 .55*** .15 11.80*** 1.83
Agency intercept variance 4.10   1.04   212.89  
Clinician-level variance   4.21   561.58  
Pseudo-R 2   .17   .25  
  1. Note: These are two-level mixed effects regression analyses with random agency intercepts. The model for workshop attendance is a two-level mixed effects logistic regression model to account for the binary outcome. Due to attrition and missing values, ns range from n = 164 (workshop attendance) to n = 100 (EBT use)
  2. ***p ≤ .001; **p < .01; *p < .05