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Table 2 Univariate logistic regression analyses with the dependent variable: willingness to monitor health data

From: Self-monitoring of health data by patients with a chronic disease: does disease controllability matter?

  Entire sample (n = 627) Sample without diabetes (n = 503) Diabetes only (n = 124)
Independent variable OR (95% CI) p OR (95% CI) p OR (95% CI) p
Age 0.994 (0.979–1.010) 0.453 0.994 (0.977–1.012) 0.519 0.973 (0.934-1.014) 0.193
Gender (ref = male) 0.728 (0.533–0.993) 0.045 0.669 (0.488–0.916) 0.012 1.800 (0.774–4.187) 0.172
Level of education (ref = low)
Intermediate 1.308 (0.863–1.983) 0.206 1.611 (1.158–2.240) 0.005 0.741 (0.308–1.784) 0.503
High 1.908 (1.300–2.801) 0.001 2.254 (1.603–3.170) <0.001 1.256 (0.435-3.627) 0.673
Multimorbidity (ref = one disease) 1.076 (0.816–1.420) 0.604 1.192 (0.902–1.577) 0.217 0.849 (0.390–1.850) 0.681
Disease control score (expert panel) 1.589 (1.142–2.210) 0.006 1.169 (0.942–1.451) 0.156
Physical Health Composite Score (PCS) 1.005 (0.989–1.020) 0.567 1.002 (0.984–1.020) 0.823 1.003 (0.966–1.041) 0.874
Self-efficacy patient 0.994 (0.747–1.322) 0.968 1.062 (0.760–1.483) 0.724 0.747 (0.374–1.492) 0.408