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Table 2 Care content-specific agreement of study subjects according to the level of care coordination

From: Association between perception of care coordination and health outcomes in Korean cancer survivors

Care contentsLevel of care coordinationP-for trend†
Overall (N = 1306)Uncoordinated group (N = 167)Intermediate group (N = 494)Coordinated group (N = 645)
Whole person care (1–5)a
 Physical care3.6 ± 1.13.0 ± 1.13.3 ± 1.04.0 ± 1.0< 0.001
 Psychological care3.2 ± 1.22.7 ± 1.22.9 ± 1.03.6 ± 1.2< 0.001
 Social care2.3 ± 1.31.8 ± 1.22.0 ± 1.02.6 ± 1.4< 0.001
 Spiritual care2.2 ± 1.31.8 ± 1.21.9 ± 1.02.4 ± 1.4< 0.001
 Communication within medical team (3–15)a14.2 ± 1.613.4 ± 2.314.1 ± 1.414.4 ± 1.5< 0.001
Tailored patient education contents, yes
 Diet64.152.159.670.7< 0.001
 Weight control58.445.555.763.8< 0.001
 Physical activity58.148.555.762.50.021
 Alcohol intake27.420.522.633.10.014
 Smoking26.120.520.731.70.017
  1. Data were presented as mean value ± standard deviation or percentage
  2. a Range of score. Higher score means higher level of agreement
  3. P values for trend were obtained by linear regression analysis for continuous variables and Mantel-Haenzel chi-square test for categorical variables