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Table 3 Time pressurea

From: Are care staff equipped for end-of-life communication? A cross-sectional study in long-term care facilities to identify determinants of self-efficacy

  Mental health facility Nursing home Care home p-value
N = 137 N = 178 N = 262
% % %
I have sufficient time to provide appropriate care to residents
 Do not agree 63.2 67.8 69.6 0.451
 Agree 36.8 32.2 30.4  
The time I spend doing administrative tasks is reasonable and I am sure that residents do not fall short because of it
 Do not agree 83.2 69.0 72.2 0.017
 Agree 16.8 31.0 27.8  
I have sufficient time and possibilities for discussing problems related to residents with colleagues
 Do not agree 51.2 44.3 41.2 0.178
 Agree 48.8 55.7 58.8  
I have sufficient time for providing direct care to residents
 Do not agree 59.2 63.2 55.8 0.301
 Agree 40.8 36.8 44.2  
I reckon I would function better if there was less pressure
 Do not agree 42.4 46.2 50.6 0.302
 Agree 57.6 53.8 49.4  
  1. aMissing values varied between settings: mental health facilities: 12 missing observations (8.8%), nursing home: 4–5 missing observations (2.3–2.8%), care homes: 2–3 missing observations (0.9–1.3%). Χ [2]-test to test inter-group differences. No significant differences were found after controlling for staff’s background characteristics