Table 3

β coefficient, SE and p value for patient and trust level factors; reference values in parentheses

 Respect and dignityPain control
βSEp ValueβSEp Value
Length of stay 2 nights (1 night)0.0420.0610.490.0150.0780.84
Deafness or severe hearing impairment0.0250.1500.860.0370.1200.75
Blindness or partially sighted−0.0370.1500.800.2210.1900.24
A long-standing physical condition−0.1520.0780.05−0.2780.095<0.01
A learning disability−0.0230.2140.910.3850.3000.20
A mental health condition−0.1620.1170.16−0.1980.1510.19
A long-standing illness, such as cancer, HIV, diabetes, chronic heart disease and epilepsy−0.0310.0690.91−0.0710.0650.28
Everyday activities that people your age can usually do−0.2180.083<0.01−0.1360.1010.18
At work, in education or training0.2240.1570.100.2690.1790.09
Access to buildings, streets or vehicles−0.1590.0870.07−0.1010.1070.34
Reading or writing−0.2560.1270.04−0.5190.162<0.01
People's attitudes to you because of your condition−0.5310.109<0.01−0.3570.1510.02
Communicating, mixing with others or socialising−0.2140.0980.03−0.3070.1270.02
Age 36–50 (16–35)0.3630.095<0.010.1740.123<0.01
Age 51–65 (16–35)0.9270.091<0.010.7840.119<0.01
Age 66–80 (16–35)1.3770.095<0.010.8290.121<0.01
Age >80 (16–35)1.2650.164<0.010.9290.215<0.01
Female (male)−0.4640.059<0.01−0.2610.070<0.01
Medium size trust (small)−0.0160.0740.830.1650.0890.06
Large size trust (small)−0.0120.0790.880.1250.0940.18
Teaching (non-teaching)0.0230.0860.79−0.0550.1090.61
  • For long-term conditions and disabilities, reference value is ‘not present’.