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Table 2 Factors associated with the EUROPEP score in men and women with type 2 diabetes

From: Gender differences in the evaluation of care for patients with type 2 diabetes: a cross-sectional study (ZODIAC-52)

  Men (616) Women (486)
Care provider evaluationb Adjusted R2 total model (%) = 8.4 Adjusted R2 total model (%) = 16.8
B (95%BI) p-value R2a B (95%BI) p-value R2a
 Location of completing questionnaired − 0.330 (− 0.425, − 0.235) < 0.001 6.6 − 0.448 (− 0.560, − 0.336) < 0.001 10.9
 Use of insulin 0.135 (0.020, 0.250) 0.021 0.6 ns   
 Some problems with DM self-care − 0.138 (− 0.338, − 0.029) 0.020 0.6 ns   
 Coffee consumption −0.018 (− 0.033, − 0.003) 0.022 0.6 ns   
 Well-being (WHO-5 sum score) ns    0.007 (0.004, 0.010) < 0.001 3.3
 Quality of life (EQ-5D sum score) ns    −0.340 (−0.630, − 0.050) 0.022 0.8
 General diet ns    0.034 (0.008, 0.061) 0.012 1.3
 Use of oral glucose lowering drugs ns    0.098 (0.004, 0.192) 0.041 0.5
General practice evaluationc Adjusted R2 total model (%) = 4.0 Adjusted R2total model (%) = 9.4
B (95%BI) p-value R2a B (95%BI) p-value R2a
 Location of completing questionnaired − 0.246 (− 0.360, − 0.132) < 0.001 2.6 − 0.329 (− 0.463, − 0.195) < 0.001 3.9
 Coffee consumption −0.030 (− 0.048, − 0.012) 0.001 1.4 ns   
 Well-being (WHO-5 sum score) ns    0.007 (0.004, 0.010) < 0.001 4.1
 Age ns    0.007 (0.002, 0.013) 0.004 1.4
  1. aContribution to the adjusted R2 per variable
  2. bCare provider subscale of the EUROPEP questionnaire
  3. cGeneral practice subscale of the EUROPEP questionnaire
  4. dFilled-out at home compared to filled-out at the general practice