Validation requires documented evidence that a process consistently conforms to requirements.
It requires that you first obtain a process that can consistently conform to requirements and then that you run studies demonstrating that this is the case. This section describes the many contributions that statistical tools can make to validation.
Analyses included eigenvalue decomposition analysis, confirmatory factor analysis, and validity and reliability analyses.
Each criterion and the overall consultation were rated from 1 (poor) to 5 (excellent).
A purposive sample of 10 experienced prescribing pharmacists was selected.
This study confirmed the validity and reliability of the WCA across work groups with different demographic characteristics (gender, education, management level, and geographical location).
The study showed that there is agreement between the theoretical construct of work climate and the items in the WCA tool across different populations.