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Table 3 OPSAT-Q™ Item-to-Subscale and CSS Correlations at Baselinea (N = 103)

From: Psychometric evaluation of the Osteoporosis Patient Treatment Satisfaction Questionnaire (OPSAT-Q™), a novel measure to assess satisfaction with bisphosphonate treatment in postmenopausal women

  Subscale
Item Convenience Daily Activities Overall Satisfaction Side Effects CSS
1 How often 0.78*** 0.42*** 0.54*** 0.07 0.66***
2 Convenience 0.89*** 0.39*** 0.51*** 0.17 0.75***
3 Easy to take 0.84*** 0.40*** 0.45*** 0.13 0.70***
4 Easy to remember 0.66*** 0.29** 0.25* 0.09 0.51***
5 Fits into medication schedule 0.83*** 0.35*** 0.49*** 0.11 0.68***
6 Time required 0.85*** 0.51*** 0.51*** 0.28** 0.80***
7 Confidence to participate in daily activities 0.46*** 0.92*** 0.69*** 0.15 0.66***
8 Confidence to be physically active 0.44*** 0.94*** 0.68*** 0.21* 0.68***
9 Overall satisfaction 0.52*** 0.75*** 0.95*** 0.17 0.72***
10 Continue taking 0.54*** 0.63*** 0.93*** 0.15 0.69***
11 Hearburn/acid reflux bother 0.29** 0.27** 0.25* 0.58*** 0.49***
12 Other stomach upset bother 0.17 0.05 -0.06 0.63*** 0.33***
13 Any other side effect bother 0.11 0.12 0.14 0.68*** 0.38***
14 Heartburn/acid reflux freqency 0.13 0.16 0.21* 0.73*** 0.42***
15 Other stomach upset frequency -0.01 0.08 0.02 0.57*** 0.24*
16 Any other side effect frequency 0.08 0.09 0.06 0.75*** 0.37***
  1. *<0.05, **<0.01, ***<0.001; aPearson product moment correlations; bConvenience subscale includes items 1–6, Daily Activities subscale included items 7 and 8, Overall Satisfaction subscale includes items 9 and 100, and the Side Effects subscale includes items 11–16.