|Intervention week 1, 2||Intervention week 3||Intervention week 4–6||Intervention week 4–12|
The pair worked the same shift, had joint responsibility for a group of patients and were introduced by one preceptor|
Daily joint scheduled reflection
The pair worked the same shift, but in contrast to the first 2 weeks they were solely responsible for a care team located next to each other|
Daily joint scheduled reflection.
|Scheduled on the same shift twice a week||Joint reflection twice a week|
Nine pairs of new graduates had joint responsibility for a care team for 2 weeks.|
Two pairs reported sickness in the pair.
All pairs had daily joint reflection when working together.
One pair’s care team was not located next to each other|
One participant changed the scheme 2 days due to personal reasons
Two pairs occasionally forgot or did not take the time to reflect every day
Ten pairs were scheduled the same shift twice a week.|
One pair had no shifts together.
Eight pairs had scheduled joint reflection twice a week between weeks 4 and 10.|
One pair reported they had joint reflection once a week between weeks 4 and 12.
During the last 2 weeks three pairs had scheduled joint reflection twice a week.
Reported reasons not to reflect were; high workload, sick leave, lack of time, one in the pair took a vacation