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Table 3 Differences in acceptance factors on intention to use between gender groups

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

Clusters MALE a FEMALE a FEMALE VERSUS MALE a
  OR (95%CI) P -value B S.E OR (95%CI) P -value B S.E B P -value S.E
Gender/female            
Perceived usefulness 21.69 (6.84–68.81)  < .001 3.08 .589 2.39 (1.48–3.85)  < .001 0.87 .243 -2.19 .001 .628
Perceived ease of use 7.21 (3.18–16.33)  < .001 1.98 .417 2.74 (1.56–4.80)  < .001 1.01 .287 -0.85 .08 .480
Attitude toward use 24.61 (7.23–83.77)  < .001 3.20 .625 4.94 (2.62–9.30)  < .001 1.60 .323 -1.41 .03 .655
Subjective norm 1.49 (0.98–2.25) .06 0.40 .211 1.43 (0.99–2.08) .06 0.36 .189 -0.10 .72 .274
Sense of control 4.12 (2.38–7.14)  < .001 1.42 .280 2.67 (1.64–4.35)  < .001 0.98 .248 -0.29 .41 .353
Feelings of anxiety 0.38 (0.23–0.63)  < .001 -0.97 .264 0.76 (0.52–1.12) .16 -0.27 .196 0.56 .06 .299
Personal innovativeness 2.54 (1.57–4.11)  < .001 0.94 .245 1.58 (1.07–2.33) .02 0.46 .198 -0.41 .18 .307
Social relationship 2.20 (1.05–4.62) .04 0.79 .378 1.70 (0.90–3.23) .10 0.53 .327 -0.27 .57 .479
Self-perceived effectiveness 3.21 (1.82–5.66)  < .001 1.17 .289 2.34 (1.42–3.86) .001 0.85 .255 -0.29 .44 .372
Service availability 4.38 (2.28–8.41)  < .001 1.48 .333 2.51 (1.48–4.24) .001 0.92 .268 -0.55 .19 .415
Facilitating circumstances 3.04 (1.81–5.11)  < .001 1.11 0.27 2.18 (1.34–3.56) .002 0.78 .250 -0.30 .39 .347
Finance 0.92 (0.59–1.42) .69 -0.09 .225 1.04 (0.71–1.53) .85 0.04 .196 0.18 .53 .286
  1. a Adjusted for age, education, ADL and quality of life