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Table 2 Odds ratio (OR), standard error (SE) and coefficient estimates of acceptance factors on intention to use

From: Gender differences regarding intention to use mHealth applications in the Dutch elderly population: a cross-sectional study

Clusters POOLED a
OR (95%CI) P VALUE B S.E
Gender/female 0.75 (0.46–1.23) .26 -0.28 .251
Perceived usefulness 4.61 (2.98–7.13)  < .001 1.53 .223
Perceived ease of use 4.09 (2.63–6.37)  < .001 1.41 .226
Attitude toward use 8.31 (4.79–14.43)  < .001 2.12 .282
Subjective norm 1.47 (1.13–1.92) .005 0.39 .136
Sense of control 3.38 (2.38–4.81)  < .001 1.22 .180
Feelings of anxiety 0.59 (0.44–0.78)  < .001 -0.54 .148
Personal innovativeness 1.94 (1.46–2.59)  < .001 0.67 .147
Social relationship 1.91 (1.19–3.06) .007 0.65 .240
Self-perceived effectiveness 2.74 (1.90–3.94)  < .001 1.01 .186
Service availability 3.38 (2.25–5.07)  < .001 1.22 .207
Facilitating circumstances 2.52 (1.79–3.55)  < .001 0.92 .175
Finance 1.02 (0.77–1.35) .92 0.02 .143
  1. a Adjusted for age, education, ADL and quality of life