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Table 4 Effect of intervention on domain 2 score = perceptions about the evidence base for intravenous thrombolysis and its implementation

From: Can a multicomponent multidisciplinary implementation package change physicians’ and nurses’ perceptions and practices regarding thrombolysis for acute ischemic stroke? An exploratory analysis of a cluster-randomized trial

 Intervention groupControl groupIntervention vs. control groupa,b; p value
Pre-intervention (Mean ± SD)Post-intervention (Mean ± SD)Pre-intervention (Mean ± SD)Post-intervention (Mean ± SD) 
Overall
 3.18 ± 0.473.29 ± 0.413.24 ± 0.433.14 ± 0.490.21 (0.06; 0.36)*; 0.007
Location
 Metropolitan3.20 ± 0.493.33 ± 0.383.25 ± 0.433.12 ± 0.510.25 (0.04; 0.46)*; 0.021
 Non-metropolitan3.16 ± 0.463.22 ± 0.443.23 ± 0.433.19 ± 0.460.09 (− 0.20; 0.38); 0.523
Job role
 Physician3.18 ± 0.483.10 ± 0.503.17 ± 0.402.90 ± 0.570.19 (− 0.10; 0.48); 0.206
 Nurse3.19 ± 0.473.36 ± 0.343.28 ± 0.443.27 ± 0.390.18 (0.01; 0.36)*; 0.039
  1. *p value < 0.05 considered as significant
  2. **p value < 0.01 considered as significant
  3. ***p value < 0.001 considered as significant
  4. aChange from pre-intervention to post-intervention survey
  5. bLinear mixed model controlled for category based on baseline thrombolysis rate