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Table 5 Regression analysis results on overall satisfaction with the organisation of out-of-hours care as dependent variable for both GP cooperatives separately (0 = not satisfied, 100 = very satisfied).

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

  Unstandardised coefficients   Standardised coefficient   
  B SD Beta t Significance
Separate GP cooperative (R 2 = 0.35) n = 49
Constant 21.823 20.437   1.068 0.291
Age -0.122 0.366 -0.043 -0.333 0.741
Gender a -0.110 7.475 -0.002 -0.015 0.988
Gatekeeper function 0.956 0.201 0.697 4.755 <0.001
Out-of-hours care is an essential part of primary care -0.182 0.098 -0.273 -1.851 0.071
Integrated GP cooperative (R 2 = 0.28) n = 50
Constant 101.692 23.204   4.383 <0.001
Age 0.073 0.398 0.023 0.182 0.856
Gender a -9.375 7.335 -0.156 -1.278 0.208
Experienced workload -0.648 0.144 -0.551 -4.496 <0.001
  1. a Gender: male = 0, female = 1
  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)