Table 3

Repeated measures multivariate analysis of variance of four scales

Multivariate F(8, 15366) = 941.83, p<0.001.R2(sample) = 0.267 R2(population) = 0.266
Case reportingPatient referralProvider referralUnivariate F
ScaleRangeMSDMSDMSDdf = 2, 7686p Value
N = 3844. Within rows, simple contrasts revealed that all means differ significantly from one another at p<0.001 (critical p value with a Bonferroni correction = 0.0042). The multiple correlation for the MANOVA = 0.518 (moderate size). High means indicate relatively high endorsement of the partner notification strategy. For example, a high mean for “time/money” on PaR relative to PrR indicates providers thought patient referral would be less troublesome relative to PrR in terms of time and money.
Patient relations5–2516.944.1518.993.2613.713.792997.94<0.001
Infection control5–2518.623.5118.863.2517.183.69527.78<0.001