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Table 4 Self-Reported Assessment of QI Skills and Confidence among NCU care providers at Learning Collaborative Sessions

From: Quality improvement strategies to improve inpatient management of small and sick newborns across All Babies Count supported hospitals in rural Rwanda

  LCS 1 Pre-Assess LCS 4 Pre-Assess P-Value
  n Median IQR n Median IQR  
Quality Improvement Skills
 Process Mapping 18 0 0, 2 22 3 2, 3 < 0.001
 Root Cause Analysis 21 0 0, 3 23 3 3, 4 < 0.001
 Aim Setting 21 2 1, 3 23 4 3, 4 < 0.001
 Prioritization 21 2 0, 3 22 3 3, 4 < 0.001
 Using PDSA Cycles 22 1 0, 3 22 3 3, 3 0.001
 Developing, testing and implementing Change Ideas 20 2 0.5, 2.5 22 3 3, 3 0.001
 Conducting QI Meetings 21 2 2, 3 22 3 3, 4 0.010
 Using QI Statistics 21 2 0, 2 22 3 3, 3 < 0.001
Confidence in Quality Improvement 21 4 3, 5 23 4 4, 5 0.1395