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Table 2 Bivariate correlations among study variables with participation (ACS)

From: The contribution of functional cognition screening during acute illness hospitalization of older adults in predicting participation in daily life after discharge

  ACS after 1 month (n = 84), r(p) ACS after 3 month (n = 77), r(p)
Age, years .336**
.002
.316**
.005
Gender .245*
.025
.169
.141
Education, years -.046
.675
-1.25
.280
Living alone .157
.173
-.002
.998
Decline in mBI pre-morbid to discharge -.114
.301
-.157
.172
Length of hospital stay in days .248**
.023
.108
.350
Illness severity (NEWS) .135
.222
-.034
.770
Symptoms severity at admission .159
.154
.181
.121
Comorbidity (CCI score) .049
.659
.124
.284
MMSET Score at admission -.007
.948
.057
.623
Color Trails Test-part 1 at admission -.142
.204
-.111
.234
Color Trails Test-part 2 at admission -.247*
.024
.186
.105
Med- aEFPT at admission .395***
.000
.360**
.001
Emotional status (HADS) at admission -.029
.794
-.043
.714
  1. Abbreviations: mBI Modified Barthel Index, NEWS National Early Warning Score, CCI Charlson Comorbidity Index, MMSET Mini-Mental State Examination Telephone version, Med-aEFPT Medication sorting task from the alternative Executive Functions Performance Test, HADS Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale
  2. Note. *P < 0.05, **P < 0.01, ***P < 0.001