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Table 4 Logistic regression predicting likelihood of reporting high and low satisfaction with NICU

From: Parental satisfaction with neonatal intensive care units: a quantitative cross-sectional study

  B S.E. Wald P Odds ratio
Gender −.293 .258 1.287 .257 .746
Parent age .065 .020 10.158 .001 1.067
Language −.355 .464 .584 .445 .702
Education level −.646 .234 7.620 .006 .524
Main income −.261 .301 .749 .387 .771
Marital status −.836 .717 1.361 .243 .433
Travel time −.062 .090 .485 .486 .940
Duration of stay −.074 .155 .230 .632 .929
Sole provider −.308 .278 1.223 .269 .735
Support .867 .174 24.681 < 0.001 2.379
Infant health −.560 .279 4.014 .045 .571
GA .327 .158 4.258 .039 1.387
Single or multiple birth −.381 .401 .901 .342 .683
Constant −5.670 1.287 19.414 .000 .003
  1. Cox and Snell R square 15%, Nagelkerke R squared 20%
  2. X 2 (13, N = 568) =65.356, p < 0.01