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Table 7 Spearmans rho correlations between context and research use by nursing home site

From: Optimizing the mobility of residents with dementia: a pilot study promoting healthcare aide uptake of a simple mobility innovation in diverse nursing home settings

Alberta context tool domains Site 1 correlations (p) (n=26) Site 2 correlations (p) (n=44)
Conceptual research use Information sources Conceptual research use Information sources
Leadership .59 (.002) .41 (.04) .29 (.06) .20 (.20)
Culture .30 (.14) .04 (.86) .35 (.02) .34 (.02)
Evaluation .22 (.28) -.03 (.90) .32 (.03) .30 (.048)
Formal Interactions .30 (.13) .10 (.65) .14 (.37) .35 (.02)
Informal Interactions .23 (.27) .40 (.04) -.02 (.89) .11 (.50)
Social Capital .46 (.02) .10 (.61) .34 (.03) .18 (.26)
Structural Resources .05 (.81) .18 (.38) .30 (.045) .44 (.003)
Organizational Slack - Staff .32 (.12) .20 (.33) .14 (.38) .22 (.15)
         - Space -.36 (.07) .05 (.79) .33 (.03) .48 (.0009)
         - Time .34 (.09) .45 (.02) .16 (.30) .50 (.0006)
  1. Spearman’s rho correlations were computed for variables with count data.
  2. Pearson’s correlations were computed for variables with continuous data.