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Table 3 Summary of multiple linear regression analyses for predictors of quality of life in 925 older community care adults

From: Quality of life measurement in community-based aged care – understanding variation between clients and between care service providers

Predictors Quality of life (N = 925)
B SE B ß p-value 95% CI
Constant .694 .037   .000 .662, .766
Age .027 .011 .076 .014* .005, .049
Gender .006 .005 .035 .261 −.005, .017
Relationship status .020 .011 .057 .076 −.002, .043
Remoteness −.025 .009 −.087 .004** −.042, −.008
Funding Type −.042 .016 −.106 .009** −.073, −.01
Service hours −.010 .010 −.031 .306 −.029, .009
Service type −.003 .012 −.012 .767 −.027, .020
ADLs needs met −.033 .010 −.107 .001*** −.053, −.013
IADLs needs met −.006 .005 −.039 .247 −.016, .004
Social participation .034 .003 .386 < 0.001*** .029, .040
  R2 0.21   
F 22.12   
  1. B, unstandardized coefficients; SE B, unstandardized coefficient standard error; ß, standardized coefficients beta; 95% CI = confidence interval for B
  2. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01; ***p < 0.001