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Table 2 Relationship of provider characteristics to overall work ratings – bi-variate, unadjusted relationships

From: Using vignettes to assess contributions to the work of addressing child mental health problems in primary care

Provider characteristics N (%) of total 48 or mean (SD) Unadjusted difference in work rating (over all rated vignettes)* 95 % confidence limits for difference*
Gender (female versus male) 37 (77 %) 0 -.23 .22
At site 10 or more years versus less than 10 years 28 (58 %) -.1 -.12 .26
Prior training in therapy or behavior (yes/no) 5 (10)% -.27 -.47 -.06
PBS burden scale (above/below mean) Mean 17.3 (SD 4.5) 0 (correlation r = .01, p = .75) -.21 .19
PBS belief scale (above/below mean) Mean 12.6 (SD 3.6) -.28 (correlation r = −.11, p = .01) -.47 -.08
Urban practice (vs rural or suburban) 25 (52 %) -.1 -.14 .25
50 % or more of patients in practice receive Medicaid (versus <50 %) 25 (52 %) 0 -.23 .14
Private practice vs. clinic or hospital-based 21 (44 %) 0 -.15 .22
Have co-located mental health worker versus no co-located worker 23 (48 %) .30 .11 .48
  1. *Bold entries are significant at p < .05; indicates difference in estimated amount of work where 2 units was the value assigned to a reference case