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Table 3 Regression estimates (95 % CI’s) of differences in mean work ratings by condition, cross-cutting factors, and provider/practice characteristics

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

Parameter Model 1a Model 2a Model 3a
Diagnosis (ADHD is reference)    
Anxiety .18 (.03, .34) .12 (−.01, .26) .08 (−.069, .24)
Depression 1.21 (1.04, 1.37) 1.14 (1.01, 1.28) 1.09 (.94, 1.25)
Cross-cutting factor (simple case is reference)    
Medical co-morbidity   .49 (.33, .64) .44 (.26, .61)
Complex family   .90 (.75, 1.06) .87 (.69, 1.04)
Psychiatric co-morbidity   1.10 (.94, 1.25) 1.07 (.89, 1.24)
Provider/practice characteristicsb    
Training in behavior or therapy    -.21 (−.54, .12)
Co-located MH    .24 (−.06, .55)
PBS Belief Scale > =mean    -.19 (−.50, .12)
Model statistics    
Model chi2 242.05 (p < .0001) 551.21 (p < .0001) 422.28 (p < .0001)
Variance and proportion of variation among respondents .222 (23 %) .195 (26 %) .232 (29 %)
Number of vignettes rated 593 593 576
  1. aSuccessive models explore work ratings as first a function only of diagnosis (Model 1), diagnosis and cross-cutting factors (Model 2) and diagnosis, cross-cutting factors, and provider/practice characteristics (Model 3)
  2. bas fixed effects at same level