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The Team Climate Inventory as a measure of primary care teams’ processes : validation of the French version. / Beaulieu, Marie-Dominique; Dragieva, Nataliya; Del Grande, Claudio; Dawson, Jeremy; Haggerty, Jeannie L.; Barnsley, Jan; Hogg, William E.; Tousignant, Pierre; West, Michael.

In: Healthcare Policy, Vol. 9, No. 3, 02.2014, p. 40-54.

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Beaulieu, M-D, Dragieva, N, Del Grande, C, Dawson, J, Haggerty, JL, Barnsley, J, Hogg, WE, Tousignant, P & West, M 2014, 'The Team Climate Inventory as a measure of primary care teams’ processes: validation of the French version', Healthcare Policy, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 40-54. https://doi.org/10.12927/hcpol.2014.23730

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Beaulieu, M-D., Dragieva, N., Del Grande, C., Dawson, J., Haggerty, J. L., Barnsley, J., Hogg, W. E., Tousignant, P., & West, M. (2014). The Team Climate Inventory as a measure of primary care teams’ processes: validation of the French version. Healthcare Policy, 9(3), 40-54. https://doi.org/10.12927/hcpol.2014.23730

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Beaulieu M-D, Dragieva N, Del Grande C, Dawson J, Haggerty JL, Barnsley J et al. The Team Climate Inventory as a measure of primary care teams’ processes: validation of the French version. Healthcare Policy. 2014 Feb;9(3):40-54. https://doi.org/10.12927/hcpol.2014.23730

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Beaulieu, Marie-Dominique ; Dragieva, Nataliya ; Del Grande, Claudio ; Dawson, Jeremy ; Haggerty, Jeannie L. ; Barnsley, Jan ; Hogg, William E. ; Tousignant, Pierre ; West, Michael. / The Team Climate Inventory as a measure of primary care teams’ processes : validation of the French version. In: Healthcare Policy. 2014 ; Vol. 9, No. 3. pp. 40-54.

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title = "The Team Climate Inventory as a measure of primary care teams{\textquoteright} processes: validation of the French version",
abstract = "Purpose: Evaluate the psychometric properties of the French version of the short 19-item Team Climate Inventory (TCI) and explore the contributions of individual and organizational characteristics to perceived team effectiveness.Method: The TCI was completed by 471 of the 618 (76.2%) healthcare professionals and administrative staff working in a random sample of 37 primary care practices in the province of Quebec.Results: Exploratory factor analysis confirmed the original four-factor model. Cronbach's alphas were excellent (from 0.88 to 0.93). Latent class analysis revealed three-class response structure. Respondents in practices with professional governance had a higher probability of belonging to the {"}High TCI{"} class than did practices with community governance (36.7% vs. 19.1%). Administrative staff tended to fall into the {"}Suboptimal TCI{"} class more frequently than did physicians (36.5% vs. 19.0%).Conclusion: Results confirm the validity of our French version of the short TCI. The association between professional governance and better team climate merits further exploration.",
author = "Marie-Dominique Beaulieu and Nataliya Dragieva and {Del Grande}, Claudio and Jeremy Dawson and Haggerty, {Jeannie L.} and Jan Barnsley and Hogg, {William E.} and Pierre Tousignant and Michael West",
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AU - Haggerty, Jeannie L.

AU - Barnsley, Jan

AU - Hogg, William E.

AU - Tousignant, Pierre

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AB - Purpose: Evaluate the psychometric properties of the French version of the short 19-item Team Climate Inventory (TCI) and explore the contributions of individual and organizational characteristics to perceived team effectiveness.Method: The TCI was completed by 471 of the 618 (76.2%) healthcare professionals and administrative staff working in a random sample of 37 primary care practices in the province of Quebec.Results: Exploratory factor analysis confirmed the original four-factor model. Cronbach's alphas were excellent (from 0.88 to 0.93). Latent class analysis revealed three-class response structure. Respondents in practices with professional governance had a higher probability of belonging to the "High TCI" class than did practices with community governance (36.7% vs. 19.1%). Administrative staff tended to fall into the "Suboptimal TCI" class more frequently than did physicians (36.5% vs. 19.0%).Conclusion: Results confirm the validity of our French version of the short TCI. The association between professional governance and better team climate merits further exploration.

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