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Table 5 Results from the binomial linear mixed model of the PPE-15, using care wards (n = 5) and patients (n = 479) as random effects

From: Evaluating patient experiences in decentralised acute care using the Picker Patient Experience Questionnaire; methodological and clinical findings

  OR CI (95%) p-value
Civil status 1.001 (0.581–1.726) .997
Educational background 0.988 (0.788–1.255) .922
Housing status 1.020 (0.841–1.237) .839
EQ5D3L 1.050 (0.789–1.397) .738
Employment status 0.670 (0.066–6.774) .734
Gender 0.982 (0.773–1.113) .420
Age 1.004 (0.997–1.010) .259
Length of stay 1.045 (1.009–1.081) .13
CCIS 1.085 (1.011–1.164) .023
  1. Abbreviations and table legends: OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval, EQ5D3L EuroQol 5-dimension-3 level version index score, CCIS Charleson comorbidity index score. Insignificant variables were removed from the model one at a time until only significant effects remained. The OR, CI and P-values presented in this table is the value of each factor prior to being omitted in the step-wise analysis (please see methods)