SPICE-R was developed on the same underlying model of SPICE-1. For purposes of broadening the items to a more general population of health professions students (rather than just medical and pharmacy students), the authors revised item wording and adopted a new name.
The response rate to the survey was 221/277 (80%).
The comparative fit index of the 3-factor SPICE-R model was excellent (0.946). Eighty percent of the items (8 of 10) showed squared regression weights above the desired 0.60 level, and half were above 0.70. The overall reliability was very good (Cronbach's alpha = 0.86). Factor reliability estimates of the SPICE-R were calculated, and results were acceptable to good for two of the three: Teamwork = 0.82; Roles/responsibilities = 0.53; and Patient outcomes = 0.78.
Relation to Other Variables:
The two instruments were compared in terms of their individual psychometric findings, that is, their respective estimates of reliability and construct validity. Their data were not merged; neither was the relationship between the two instruments' data sets analyzed quantitatively.
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