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Table 4 Descriptive associations between respondents’ demographic characteristics and PCC behavioral clusters

From: Palestinian doctors’ views on patient-centered care in hospitals

   N PCC Behavioral Clusters X2 Sig.a Most Contribution Standardized Residual
GOOD % POOR % Moderate % p
Job title Specialist 129 41.9 18.6 39.5 9.53 0.049 Specialist X Good = 1.9
Resident 127 26.8 25.5 60.4    
GP 087 26.4 18.4 55.2    
Gender Male 258 33.7 17.4 48.8 4.67 0.097 Female X Poor = 1.7
Female 085 28.2 28.2 43.5    
Age ≤ 35 years 204 26.5 21.6 52.0 8.01 0.018 >  35 years X Good = 1.8
>  35 years 139 41.0 18.0 41.0    
Marital Status Single 133 24.1 21.8 54.1 6.39 0.031 Single X Moderate = 1.1
Married 210 37.6 19.0 43.3    Married X Good = 1.3
Hospital Public 165 24.8 23.6 51.5 8.57 0.014 Residuals are < 1.1
Private 178 39.3 16.9 43.8    
Experience ≤ 5 years 200 28.5 20.5 51.5 3.54 0.17 >  5 years X Good = 1.2
>  5 years 142 38.0 19.0 43.0    
Bachelor Local 129 30.2 20.9 48.8 0.59 0.74  
Abroad 211 34.1 19.0 46.9    
Training Untrained 094 30.9 26.6 42.6 3.92 0.14 Untrained X Poor = 1.5
Trained 245 33.1 17.1 49.8    
Familiar with PCC Unfamiliar 185 28.1 25.4 46.5 8.02 0.018 Unfamiliar X Poor = 1.6
Familiar 154 37.0 13.6 49.4    
  1. aSignificant relationships are indicated in boldface