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Table 2 Model estimated means, standard deviations (SD) for all variables, and bivariate polychoric correlations between predictor variables (under diagonal) (N = 148)

From: How can we improve specialist health services for children with multi-referrals? Parent reported experience

Item Mean SD Correlations
i1 i2 i3 i4 i5 i6 i7 i8 i9 i10 i12 i14
i11 3.91 0.75             
i13 3.88 1.19             
i1 3.51 1.07 1            
i2 4.01 1.05 .38 1           
i3 4.24 0.95 .21 .66 1          
i4 3.66 1.05 .39 .64 .53 1         
i5 3.85 1.14 .36 .61 .57 .56 1        
i6 3.97 1.02 .49 .77 .68 .67 .73 1       
i7 4.16 1.04 .40 .60 .65 .63 .73 .79 1      
i8 3.73 1.16 .45 .61 .56 .57 .50 .70 .58 1     
i9 4.04 0.95 .28 .61 .62 .58 .65 .70 .61 .63 1    
i10 3.39 1.12 .43 .52 .45 .42 .49 .54 .46 .64 .48 1   
i12 3.18 1.19 .54 .58 .40 .60 .45 .53 .43 .55 .56 .51 1  
i14 3.27 1.29 .22 .41 .19 .48 .35 .52 .41 .44 .51 .48 .48 1
  1. Item 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 11, 12 and 13 are questions originating from the Generic Short Patient Experiences Questionnaire or Parent Experiences of Paediatric Care (PEPC). Items 6 and 7 from parents and10 and 14 from professions
  2. Mean and SD (standard deviation) values are model estimated under FIML