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Table 4 Univariate and adjusted associations of GPs’ characteristics and extent of preventive practice with their perceptions of the usefulness of feedback (very useful or indispensable vs. rather useful, little useful, or useless)

From: General practitioners’ views and preferences about quality improvement feedback in preventive care: a cross-sectional study in Switzerland and France

Characteristics     Multivariate   
OR 95% CI p value Adjusted OR Adjusted 95% CI p value
Gender
 Male 1      
 Female 1.372 0.955–1.973 0.086 a a a
Age group (years)
 <35 1    1   
 35–44 0.337 0.073–1.554 0.013 0.286 0.049–1.661 0.018
 45–54 0.232 0.051–1.057   0.222 0.039–1.261  
 55–64 0.181 0.040–0.813   0.201 0.033–1.215  
 >64 0.221 0.045–1.069   0.247 0.036–1.687  
Number of half days worked per week
 ≤8 1      
 >8 0.960 0.674–1.367 0.820 a a a
Number of working years in the current practice
 ≤18 1      
 >18 0.634 0.444–0.906 0.012 a a a
Location of the practice
 France 1      
 Switzerland 1.399 0.956–2.046 0.081 a a a
Reported extent of preventive practice
 Commonly applies <10 preventive practices 1    1   
 Commonly applies ≥10 preventive practices 1.865 1.310–2.655 <0.001 1.764 1.208–2.574 0.002
  1. aNot selected in the adjusted stepwise selected multivariate model