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Table 4 Relationships between adherence and TCom-skill GP score and various factors (n = 393)

From: How patients perceive the therapeutic communications skills of their general practitioners, and how that perception affects adherence: use of the TCom-skill GP scale in a specific geographical area

  Simple logistic regression Multiple logistic regression
  β (se) p β (se) p
TCom-skill GP 0.033 (0.006) <0.0001 0.027 (0.007) <0.0001
Age    0.0002    0.1164
   ≤ 39 years -1.30 (0.31)   -0.91 (0.41)  
   40–49 -1.02 (0.32)   -0.88 (0.42)  
   50–59 -0.85 (0.32)   -0.79 (0.39)  
   ≥ 60 0 -   0 -  
Sex    0.0929    0.4672
   Male -0.35 (0.21)   -0.18 (0.24)  
   Female 0 -   0 -  
Living alone    0.9786    0.5591
   Yes -0.01 (0.29)   -0.19 (0.33)  
   No 0 -   0 -  
Current employment    0.0715    0.7301
   Yes -0.38 (0.21)   0.10 (0.29)  
   No 0 -   0 -  
Socio-occupational category    0.7323    0.8671
   Managers and intermediate professionals -0.30 (0.36)   -0.21 (0.48)  
   Clerical workers -0.08 (0.39)   0.02 (0.48)  
   Manual workers -0.29 (0.43)   -0.17 (0.54)  
   People who never worked 0 -   0 -  
High school diploma or higher    0.1018    0.9589
   Yes -0.34 (0.21)   -0.01 (0.28)  
   No 0 -   0 -  
Number of consultations with the GP during the previous 3 months    0.4449    0.9538
   None -0.34 (0.27)   0.09 (0.31)  
   1 -0.09 (0.24)   0.01 (0.27)  
   2 or more 0 -   0 -  
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