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Table 3 Locations of residents, judges and items on the latent variable

From: A short questionnaire to assess pediatric resident’s competencies: the validation process

Measure Resident Judge Item
6.0    
5.8    
5.6    
5.4 R23   
5.2 R52   
5.0 R13 R25 R63   
4.8 R32   
4.6 R30   
4.4 R9 R10 R26 R46   
4.2 R15 R38 R39 R41 R50 R54 R59 R61 R62   
4.0 R17 R36 R37 R45   
3.8 R6 R24 R28 R29 R33 R57   
3.6 R1 R2 R7 R31 R43 R44 R53   
3.4 R12 R19 R47 R60   
3.2 R4 R21 R42 R65   
3.0 R11 R14 R20 R40 R56   
2.8 R27 R35 R58 T12  
2.6 R48   
2.4 R8 R49 R55 R64   
2.2 R5 R18 T17  
2.0 R3 R34 T13 RESIDENTS  
1.8 R16   
1.6    
1.4    [Leadership]
1.2   T14  
1.0   T5 T18  
.8 R22 R51 T20  
.6   T23 T16 [Clinical-care problems] [Confidentiality] [Clinical diagnosis/therapeutic iter] [Basic medical knowledge]
.4   T1 T19 T2  
.2    [Clinical cases presentation] [Responsibility]
.0   T4 [Clinical documentation] [Anamnesis/examination] [Criticism acceptance]
-.2   T11 [Overall judgement] [Determination]
-.4   T8 [Teamwork attitude] [Limits recognization]
-.6    [Medical team relationship]
-.8   T6 T15 [Telematic resources]
-1.0   T10 [Ethnic-cultural diversity] [Child-family relationship]
-1.2    
-1.4    
-1.6    
-1.8   T7  
-2.0   T3  
-2.2    
-2.4   T24  
-2.6    
-2.8   T22  
-3.0    
-3.2    
-3.4   T9  
-3.6    
-3.8    
-4.0   T21  
  1. Greater measure mean more positive evaluations for residents, greater difficulty (ie, fewer positive evaluations) for items, and greater severity for judges.