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Table 1 Residual covariance between post-intervention physical activity and quality of life, accounting for baseline levelsa

From: Change in physical activity and quality of life in endometrial cancer survivors receiving a physical activity intervention

Measure Estimateb SE P-value Adjusted P-valuec
SF-36
 Physical Functioning 9.715 10.136 0.338 0.563
 Mental Health 2.714 8.655 0.754 0.831
 Vitality 19.732 11.188 0.078 0.243
 Physical Role Limitation 85.154 23.035 <0.000 0.005
 Bodily Pain 27.859 13.344 0.037 0.153
 General Health 22.251 8.251 0.007 0.044
 Social Functioning 9.093 12.273 0.459 0.648
 Emotional Role Limitation −15.454 21.230 0.467 0.648
QLACS
 Negative Feelings −0.606 2.022 0.765 0.831
 Positive Feelings 3.830 2.531 0.130 0.296
 Cognitive Problems −2.887 2.006 0.150 0.313
 Pain −7.234 2.575 0.005 0.041
 Sexual Interest 2.200 2.700 0.415 0.648
 Energy Fatigue −3.406 1.926 0.077 0.243
 Social Avoidance −5.368 2.170 0.013 0.067
 Financial Problems 1.242 2.214 0.575 0.756
 Benefits 0.124 3.049 0.967 0.969
 Distress Family −4.605 3.034 0.129 0.296
 Appearance 0.059 1.528 0.969 0.969
 Distress Recurrence −4.042 2.625 0.124 0.296
BSI
 Somatization −4.457 1.433 0.002 0.023
 Depression −2.374 1.892 0.209 0.374
 Anxiety −2.370 1.749 0.175 0.337
PSS
 Perceived Stress Score −1.423 3.776 0.706 0.831
PQSI
 Global Score −0.693 2.096 0.741 0.831
  1. aAll models adjusted for age, education, BMI, time since diagnosis, disease stage, and treatment
  2. bResidual covariance estimates obtained via path analyses for post-intervention physical activity and post-intervention quality of life measures, taking in to account baseline levels and potentially confounding variables; results are for imputed data
  3. cP-values were adjusted for false discovery rate using the Benjamini and Hochberg procedure [50]