Which test the best: hand-hygiene compliance rate (%) over 7 time points in 14 wards

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Which test the best: hand-hygiene compliance rate (%) over 7 time points in 14 wards

Can anyone help clarify:

Which test the best:

hand-hygiene compliance rate (%) over 7 time points in 14 wards.

Variables are:

1. Hand-hygiene compliance rate (%)

2. 7 time points (monthly audit on a certain day) (categorical/ordinal)

3. 14 wards (categorical)

4. ward bed occupancy rate (%)

 

I hv ran a repeated measure anova, but partial correlation only significant in less than half of the correlation matrix. Does than mean repeated measure anova is not needed? What then? If the compliance rate is slightly non-normal, does that mean repeated measure anova is strictly not the test? Little partial corr + non-normal = Kruskal-Wallis?

 

 

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