TABLE 4

One-Way Analysis of Variance: Outcomes by Profession

Nurses (n = 262)Resident Physicians (n = 25)Respiratory Therapists (n = 51)PICU Charge Nurses (n = 14)Fobserved (df)P
GSES score, mean (SD)31 (3.8)28.4 (5.3)a31.8 (3.7)33.6 (4.1)6.5 (3, 351)<.001
PRSES score, mean (SD)b33.9 (4.9)32.2 (4.1)31.2 (4.2)37.9 (2.1)c9.3 (3, 351)<.001
Code blues attended, mean (SD)6.9 (16.4)2.1 (2.4)20.3 (40.4)a9.5 (2, 329)<.001
Code blues called, mean (SD)2.8 (19)0.7 (2.1)7.5 (35.5)1.2 (2, 332).31
Rapid responses attended, mean (SD)7.3 (21.1)6.5 (7.1)22.9 (39.9)a8.9 (2, 329)<.001
Rapid responses called, mean (SD)2.1 (7.5)1.5 (2.3)1.7 (3)0.14 (2, 328).87
Knowledge assessment score, mean (SD)4.7 (1.2)4.7 (1.1)4.6 (1)5.4 (0.85)1.93 (3, 351).12
  • F, xxx; —, not applicable.

  • a Tukey post hoc test: residents’ GSES scores significantly lower compared with other 3 groups.

  • b Tukey post hoc test: nurses PRSES scores significantly higher than respiratory therapists (P = .001).

  • c Tukey post hoc test: PICU charge nurse PRSES scores significantly higher than all other groups.