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Table 3 Significant interaction effects between with regard to caregivers’ subjective burden and care-related quality of life

From: Positive and negative outcomes of informal caregiving at home and in institutionalised long-term care: a cross-sectional study

  SUBJECTIVE BURDEN QUALITY OF LIFE
intercept (se) beta (se) intercept (se) beta (se)
Care receiver characteristics
Socio-demographic characteristics
 Age, institutionalised long-term care 56.633 (11.125) −.192 (.130)     
 Age, at home 27.567 (4.763) .146 (.056)     
Health-Related Characteristics
 Disability (ranging from 0 to 15 a ) institutionalised long-term care 32.034 (2.596) 1.068 (.245)     
 Disability (ranging from 0 to 15 a ), at home 29.517 (1.433) 1.946 (.121)     
Caregiver characteristics
Health-Related Characteristics
 Self-perceived health (ranging from 1 to 5 a), institutionalised long-term care      66.226 (2.207) 4.939 (.462)
 Self-perceived health (ranging from 1 to 5 a), at home      60.653 (1.433) 6.305 (.267)
Caregiving-Related Characteristics
  < 2 tasks, institutionalised long-term care 35.763 (2.029) 7.175 (1.654)     
  ≥ 2 tasks, institutionalised long-term care 42.939 (1.875) −7.175 (1.654)     
  < 2 tasks, at home 31.142 (1.546) 11.719 (.813)     
  ≥ 2 tasks, at home 42.861 (1.455) −11.719 (.813)     
  1. Only significant interaction terms (p < 0.05) are displayed
  2. a bold scores are most favourable scores