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Table 5 Multiple linear regression analysis showing the associations between depression and perceived quality of care

From: Social capital, depressive symptoms, and perceived quality of care among hypertensive patients in primary care

Characteristics Quality of care, β (95% CI)a
Age  − 0.013 (− 0.045, 0.019)
Gender  
 Male 0
 Female 0.176 (− 0.420, 0.771)
Education  
 Primary school or below 0
 Middle school 0.041 (− 0.658, 0.739)
 High school or equivalent 0.640 (− 0.127, 1.407)
 3-year college or above 0.439 (− 0.591, 1.469)
Occupation  
 Employed 0
 Unemployed  − 0.295 (− 1.028, 0.438)
Insurance  
 Local insurance 0
 Non-local insurance  − 0.492 (− 0.920, − 0.064)*
 Unknown 0.352 (− 0.215, 0.462)
Registration  
 Locals 0
 Migrants  − 0.053 (− 0.834, 0.728)
Family history of hypertension  
 Yes 0
 No 0.316 (− 0.216, 0.893)
 Unknown 0.004 (− 0.777,0.784)
 Year of hypertension  − 0.036 (− 0.088, 0.016)
Depression  
 Yes 1.341 (0.463,2.219)**
 No 0
  1. aMultiple linear regression model with perceived quality of care as the dependent variable, adjusted for socio-demographic factors including age group, gender, level of education, migration status, insurance status, employment status, duration since hypertension diagnosis, and family history of hypertension
  2. CI confidence interval
  3. *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01