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Table 4 Investigated influences

From: Influences on the access to and use of formal community care by people with dementia and their informal caregivers: a scoping review

Main topic n = 94 Quantitative studies Qualitative studies Mixed method
Attitudes towards services
n = 18
[17, 51, 71, 73, 74, 78, 87, 91]
n = 8
[103, 106, 107, 111, 117,118,119, 128, 129]
n = 9
[131]
n = 1
Ethnicity
n = 14
[28, 46, 52, 64, 88, 94]
n = 6
[97, 108, 113, 121, 123, 125, 126, 130]
n = 8
 
Various influences
n = 12
[48,49,50, 59,60,61, 65, 77, 82, 86, 92]
n = 11
  [134]
n = 1
Influences according to the BM/adapted BM
n = 10
[23, 27, 58, 63, 66, 67, 69, 74, 83, 89]
n = 10
  
Region of residence
n = 7
[54, 55, 64, 80]
n = 4
[99, 115, 116]
n = 3
 
Gender
n = 7
[56, 79]
n = 2
[100,101,102, 105, 124]
n = 5
 
Experiences with services
n = 5
  [82, 109, 110, 120, 122]
n = 5
[132]
n = 1
Early-onset dementia
n = 5
[47, 57, 68]
n = 3
[98, 126]
n = 2
 
Recommendations of healthcare professionals
n = 4
[93, 95, 96]
n = 3
  [133]
n = 1
Living alone
n = 4
[52, 53, 84, 90]
n = 4
  
Barriers to service use
n = 3
[62]
n = 1
[104, 127]
n = 2
 
Needs of people with dementia or informal carers
n = 3
[70, 81, 85]
n = 3
  
Financial factors
n = 2
[75, 76]
n = 2
  
Religiousness
n = 2
[79]
n = 1
[113]
n = 1
 
Psychosocial factors
n = 1
[72]
n = 1