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Table 2 Descriptive statistics of the clients datasets. Percent values for categorical variables, means and standard deviation in parentheses for continuous variables. Missing values per variable or scale

From: Working conditions of healthcare workers and clients’ satisfaction with care: study protocol and baseline results of a cluster-randomised workplace intervention

Variable Control Intervention Missing
Patients (n = 632)
Age    4
 Age 18–49 22.9 17.5  
 Age 50–69 38.4 27.9  
 Age 70 and older 38.7 54.6  
Sex    2
 Male 47.1 50.0  
 Female 52.9 50.0  
Length of hospital stay (days) 7.26 (7.84) 6.90 (7.61) 5
Psychometric scales
 Trust 3.71 (0.46) 3.77 (0.38) 4
 Support 3.58 (0.57) 3.68 (0.46) 28
 Availability 3.57 (0.51) 3.64 (0.44) 2
 Decisional control 4.36 (0.56) 4.35 (0.51) 4
Individuals in elderly care (n = 150)
Age    0
  Age 50–79 42.9 24.2  
  Age 80–89 50.0 49.5  
  Age 90 and older 7.1 26.3  
Sex    0
  Male 42.9 28.4  
  Female 57.1 71.6  
Years being in elderly care 4.54 (3.74) 3.96 (3.78) 8
Psychometric scales
  Trust 3.29 (0.72) 3.76 (0.43) 7
  Support 3.07 (0.82) 3.60 (0.45) 9
  Decisional control 4.10 (0.89) 4.47 (0.67) 12
  Person-focused care 3.19 (1.04) 3.30 (1.20) 10