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Table 3 Descriptive statistics P-CAT

From: How staff characteristics influence residential care facility staff’s attitude toward person-centered care and informal care

P-CAT N = Range (minimum – maximum) Mean (SD) Median Care staff mean (N)d Welfare staff mean (N)
OVERALL SCORE 67 3 (2–5) 3.82 (0.46) 3.69 3.89 (36) 3.75 (28)
Items
 SUBSCALE 1 EXTENT OF PERSONALIZING CARE a 67 3 (2–5) 3.98 (0.480) 3.86 4.07 (36) 3.86 (28)
1. We often discuss how to give person-centered care. 66 3 (2–5) 4.00 (0.823) 4.00 4.11 (36) 3.79 (28)
2. We have formal team meetings to discuss residents’ care. 67 4 (1–5) 3.95 (0.697) 4.00 4.04 (36) 3.79 (28)
3. The life history of the residents is formally used in the care plans we use. 67 4 (1–5) 3.54 (0.943) 4.00 3.64 (36) 3.39 (28)
4. The quality of the interaction between staff and residents is more important than getting the tasks done. 67 3 (2–5) 4.07 (0.724) 4.00 4.11 (36) 4.04 (28)
5. We are free to alter work routines based on residents’ preferences. 67 2 (3–5) 4.28 (0.545) 4.00 4.42 (36) 4.14 (28)
6. Residents are offered the opportunity to be involved in individualized everyday activities. 67 2 (3–5) 4.10 (0.606) 4.00 4.17 (36) 4.07 (28)
7. Assessment of residents’ needs is undertaken on a daily basis. 67 3 (2–5) 3.90 (0.800) 4.00 4.03 (36) 3.79 (28)
SUBSCALE 2 AMOUNT OF ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT 67 3 (2–5) 3.79 (0. 723) 4.00 3.791 (36) 3.86 (28)
8. I simply do not have the time to provide person-centered care. 67 3 (2–5) 3.85 (0.839) 4.00 3.92 (36) 3.82 (28)
9. The environment feels chaotic. 67 4 (1–4) 3.48 (0.877) 4.00 3.50 (36) 3.54 (28)
10. We have to get the work done before we can worry about a homelike environment. 67 4 (1–5) 3.82 (1.072) 4.00 3.78 (36) 3.93 (28)
11. This organization prevents me from providing person-centered care. 67 4 (1–5) 4.03 (0.953) 4.00 3.97 (36) 4.14 (28)
SUBSCALE 3 DEGREE ENVIRONMENTAL ACCESSIBILITY c       
12. It is hard for residents in this facility to find their way around. 67 3 (2–5) 3.19 (0.892) 3.00 3.25 (36) 3.07 (28)
13. Residents are able to access outside space as they wish. 67 4 (1–5) 3.45 (1.118) 4.00 3.61 (36) 3.29 (28)
  1. a Cronbach’s a for subscale 1 was .77
  2. b Cronbach’s a for subscale 2 was .77
  3. c Cronbach’s a for subscale 3 was .48. Because of low internal consistency, this subscale was not further used in the analyses
  4. d Three staff members mentioned functions that could not be classified as a care or a welfare function