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Table 5 Predictors of Family Focused Practice Behaviours, Summary Table (N = 280)

From: Predictors of family focused practice: organisation, profession, or the role as child responsible personnel?

DV Significant predictors B SE B β Adj.R 2 df F p
Conversations with parents (Constant) 32.84 13.61   .211 16.216 4.861 .001
Knowledge Skills .31 .09 .31     .001***
Experience (low) −.02 .01 −.18     .012*
Gender (female) .42 .15 .18     .006**
Conversations with children (Constant) 7.18 9.95   .109 16.216 2.762 .000
Co-Worker Support .09 .05 .16     .039*
Parents refusing conv. Children (Constant) −21.62 10.70   .095 16.216 2.566 .001
Knowledge Skills .23 .07 .32     .002**
Gender (female) .28 .12 .16     .018*
Family support (Constant) −11.03 20.60   .454 16.201 12.294 .000
Time Family Work .18 .05 .21     .001***
Specific Training .29 .09 .19     .001***
Social worker .65 .20 .19     .002**
Psychologist (not) −50 .20 −.18     .012*
Co-worker Support .16 .07 .14     .021*
Connectedness .18 .09 .14     .045*
Gender .38 .16 .13     .021*
Referrals (Constant) 9.53 15.24     9.122 .000
Service Available .33 .07 .29     .000***
Knowledge Skills .29 .14 .19     .041*
Social worker .60 .28 .14 .387 16.186   .034*
  1. Note, DV =  Dependent variables. Professions were represented as four dummy variables, with ‘nurse’ serving as the reference group. Only significant predictors are shown. *** p < .001, ** p < .01, * p < .05