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Table 5 Multiple linear regression analysis of the effects of demographic characteristics on safety attitude scores

From: Evaluation of safety attitudes of hospitals and the effects of demographic factors on safety attitudes: a psychometric validation of the safety attitudes and safety climate questionnaire

SubscaleVariable
SexAgeDegreeOccupationFunctionTechnical titleYears in unitYears in hospitalWeekly work timeParticipation in training
TW
Beta0.063−0.107− 0.0970.021−0.040− 0.183
P< 0.05< 0.05< 0.050.3510.082< 0.05
SC
Beta0.0650.0710.017−0.027− 0.085− 0.162
P< 0.05< 0.050.4530.243< 0.05< 0.05
JS
Beta0.017−0.065− 0.085− 0.118
P0.465< 0.05< 0.05< 0.05
SR
Beta0.068−0.103− 0.079− 0.007− 0.0580.080− 0.079
P< 0.05< 0.05< 0.050.739< 0.05< 0.05< 0.05
PM
Beta0.065−0.0990.0620.022−0.025− 0.135
P< 0.05< 0.05< 0.050.3280.268< 0.05
WC
Beta−0.0850.059−0.004− 0.030− 0.067− 0.073− 0.169
P< 0.05< 0.050.8430.189< 0.05< 0.05< 0.05
Total
Beta0.069−0.1170.0570.015−0.051− 0.178
P< 0.05< 0.05< 0.050.510< 0.05< 0.05
  1. √ means this variable was entered in the regression equation. Beta means standard Beta. TW means teamwork climate, SC means safety climate, JS means job satisfaction, SR means stress recognition, PM means perception of management, WC means work conditions, Total means total scale