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Table 5 Multivariate relationships of variables with satisfaction with care, social well-being, and physical well-being (n = 216)

From: The importance of patient-centered care and co-creation of care for satisfaction with care and physical and social well-being of patients with multi-morbidity in the primary care setting

Variable Satisfaction with care Social well-being Physical well-being
B (SE) p B (SE) p B (SE) p
Age 0.004 (0.003) 0.210 0.000 (0.003) 0.932 −0.005 (0.004) 0.241
Gender 0.019 (0.059) 0.785 0.018 (0.072) 0.770 0.107 (0.086) 0.210
Marital status −0.055 (0.070) 0.648 0.051 (0.062) 0.233 −0.038 (0.088) 0.667
Education −0.068 (0.080) 0.397 −0.061 (0.062) 0.326 −0.099 (0.095) 0.297
Patient-centered care 0.425 (0.078) ≤0.001 0.387 (0.069) ≤0.001 0.368 (0.097) ≤0.001
Co-creation of care 0.119 (0.044) 0.007 0.112 (0.039) 0.006 0.062 (0.054) 0.249
  1. Note: Based on imputed data
  2. Adjusted R2 social well-being: 0.18
  3. Adjusted R2 physical well-being: 0.11
  4. Adjusted R2 satisfaction with care: 0.31