Table 2

Resulting scales of the explorative factor analysis
Scales*
Items 1 2 3 4 5
Time management .894 .103
Patient care vs. Practice requirements .806
Patient care vs. Personal life .683
Leadership skills .527 .118 .246 -.211
Handling received feedback .494 -.173 .271 -.243
Managing a ward .477 -.103 .291 -.286
Using information technology .449 -.191 .333 -.158
Organisation & finance healthcare system .137 .881 .142 .171
Organisation & finance specialist department .866
Requirements as specialist .630 -.148 -.209
Allocating resources based on costs -.188 .903
Allocating resources based on finiteness .834
Allocating resources based on EBM .172 .683 -.123
Advocating for patients .223 -.112 .525 -.225
Responding to mistakes made by others -.109 -.140 -.956
Responding to mistakes made by myself -.865
Legal rights and duties .215 -.586 -.121
Proper use of medical records .272 .135 -.513 -.115
Dealing with conflicts .239 -.138 .181 -.482
Improving quality processes -.120 .107 .173 -.457 -.146
Negotiating personal ambitions -.104 -.831
Create career opportunities .104 .190 -.691
Negotiate working conditions -.138 .245 -.287 -.623
Personal financial management .284 .158 -.521

*Scale 1: Management and Leadership, Scale 2: Organization and Finance, Scale 3: Operational Management, Scale 4: Professional Ethics, Scale 5: Career planning (and negotiation skills).

Berkenbosch et al.

Berkenbosch et al. BMC Medical Education 2013 13:25   doi:10.1186/1472-6920-13-25

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