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Table 4 Regression analysis with overall satisfaction with the organisation of out-of-hours care as dependent variable (0 = not satisfied, 100 = very satisfied) (n = 98; R2 = 0.36).

From: General practitioners' satisfaction with and attitudes to out-of-hours services

  Unstandardised coefficients   Standardised coefficient   
Scales B SD Beta t Significance
Constant 106.352 22.154   4.801  
Age -0.034 0.262 -0.012 -0.130 0.897
Gender b -2.188 5.228 -0.037 -0.418 0.677
Cooperative a -75.980 26.073 -1.840 -2.914 (0.005)
Gatekeeper function 0.101 0.149 0.081 0.677 (0.500)
Out-of-hours care is an essential part of primary care -0.140 0.063 -0.212 -2.216 0.029 c
Experienced workload -0.597 0.152 -0.518 -3.915 (< 0.001)
Gatekeeper * cooperative 0.737 0.247 1.253 2.980 0.004c
Workload * cooperative 0.487 0.219 0.799 2.225 0.029c
  1. a Cooperative: Maastricht = 0; Heerlen = 1; b gender: male = 0, female = 1 c Only effects that are interpretable
  2. Gatekeeper function (0 = not guaranteed, 100 = highly guaranteed)
  3. Out-of-hours essential part (0 = not essential, 100 = highly essential)
  4. Experienced workload (0 = very low, 100 = very high)