TABLE 1

Means, SDs, Correlations, and ICC(1)s for Individual-Level Score Variables (N = 72)

VariableMeanSD1234567891011121314151617181920
1. Diagnosed respiratory distress3.281.03(0.15)
2. Diagnosed shock2.441.250.36(0.13)
3. Suspected infection3.091.070.570.35(0.12)
4. Diagnosed NEC2.831.100.470.690.50(0.65)
5. Good general diagnostic skills (1)3.060.880.760.600.680.77(0.23)
6. Diagnosed deterioration3.770.860.390.310.350.400.55(0.17)
7. Suspected perforation of bowel2.241.250.350.390.380.570.490.40(0.57)
8. Diagnosed cardiac tamponade2.621.440.370.260.460.510.490.470.39(0.78)
9. Good general diagnostic skills (2)2.721.200.570.500.570.700.750.660.550.84(0.35)
10. Performed resuscitation well2.740.830.030.200.010.250.180.370.290.270.30(.46)
11. Ventilated well3.200.890.630.270.530.350.630.370.360.430.52.18(.63)
12. Verified place of tube well3.170.910.480.340.520.380.660.460.250.370.49.22.53(.23)
13. Asked for right radiograph3.121.380.420.290.520.490.550.590.570.610.71.29.31.31(.34)
14. Asked for the right laboratory tests3.480.950.440.430.520.490.570.460.480.460.53.24.44.50.64(.24)
15. Gave right resuscitation medications3.350.980.280.290.400.330.400.520.310.340.46.42.28.29.56.27(.19)
16. Stopped percutaneous central line on time2.641.420.110.130.200.220.220.220.140.480.46.23.27.34.30.15.42(.46)
17. Prepared and performed pericardiocentesis2.471.480.370.340.330.560.470.410.360.780.76.20.31.24.73.44.48.45(.63)
18. Good general technical skills2.870.850.490.290.420.510.590.610.480.750.82.51.50.44.69.45.63.52.77(.47)
19. Information-sharing3.280.850.570.380.470.450.600.690.430.490.68.32.32.39.47.59.41.14.43.59(.25)
20. Asked for help3.660.680.430.450.580.430.600.580.370.380.56.31.34.44.53.61.54.14.42.55.73(.10)
  • Correlations >0.23 are significant at the P < .05 level. Correlations >0.30 are significant at the P < .02 level. ICC(1) values for each variable in the study are reported in parentheses along the diagonal.