Table 2

Results of regressions on questions relating to respect and dignity from the survey of inpatients

Dependent variable (scales from 0 to 100)Independent variables (scales from 0 to 100)
Constant termLondon factorTeaching factorSpecialist factorSupport from managersWitness potential errorsWork extra hoursWork-related stressHand-washing materialsViolence from colleaguesWork-related injuryQuality of job designHealth and safety trainingAdjusted R2
Q64 Were you treated with respect and dignity? (score: high, yes; low: no)
    Coefficient60.94−1.500.855.530.410.12−0.08−0.090.24−0.290.51
    SE10.380.650.530.660.120.040.040.050.080.14
    p0.000.020.110.000.000.010.080.070.000.05
Q28 Did doctors talk in front of you as if you were not there? (score: high, no; low, yes)
    Coefficient84.44−2.79−0.626.81−0.13−0.700.190.47
    SE1.780.620.620.770.050.250.07
    p0.000.000.320.000.000.010.01
Q32 Did nurses talk in front of you as if you were not there? (score: high, no; low, yes)
    Coefficient69.66−4.14−0.754.220.13−0.13−0.460.57
    SE8.020.610.550.690.040.040.21
    p0.000.000.170.000.000.000.03
Q41 Were you given enough privacy when being examined or treated? (score: high, yes; low, no)
    Coefficient86.66−1.08−0.392.760.16−0.040.38
    SE3.370.300.310.380.040.02
    p0.000.000.220.000.000.08