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Table 3 Attitudes for acceptance of using WHO SCC in routine practice among participated health workers

From: Implementation of the WHO safe childbirth checklist program at a tertiary care setting in Sri Lanka: a developing country experience

Attitudes for acceptance of using WHO SCC in routine practice Nurses (n = 28) Nurse-midwives (n = 49) Midwives (n = 21) Total (n = 98)
1. Implementing the WHO SSC is a good decision. (Strongly agree or Agree) 28(100) 49(100) 21(100) 98(100)
2. WHO SCC stimulates inter-personal communication and team work among nurses, midwives and doctors. (Strongly agree or Agree) 24(85.7) 29(59.2) 15(71.4) 68(69.4)
3. WHO SCC helps to minimize errors. (Strongly agree or Agree) 28(100) 46(93.9) 21(100) 95(96.9)
4. If you or your closest family member is undergoing childbirth and this WHO SCC is being used for your/her childbirth. What is your opinion? (Strongly agree or Agree) 28(100) 47(95.9) 19(90.5) 94(95.9)
5. Using the WHO SCC in Sri Lanka is practical. (Strongly agree or Agree) 27(96.4) 45(91.8) 20(95.2) 92(93.9)
  1. WHO SCC-World Health Organization Safe Childbirth Checklist.