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Table 4 Factors associated with low HRQOL during the COVID-19 lockdown

From: The effects of living and learning conditions on the health-related quality of life of children and adolescents during the COVID-19 lockdown in the French Grand Est region

Dimensions of KIDSCREEN-27 Influence factors Multivariable logistic regression
Odds ratio 95% CI p value
Physical well-being Living arrangements single parent vs both parents 2.1 1.2-3.7 0.04
Physical exercise
- effective vs not used
- very effective vs not used
0.2 0.1-0.5 <0.0001
0.1 0.02-0.1
Parental GAD-7 score
Score ≥ 10 vs score < 10
3.2 1.9-5.6 <0.0001
Psychological well-being Home location urban vs rural area 1.6 1.1-2.5 0.02
Tensions and conflicts at home
Yes vs No
2.9 1.9-4.6 <0.0001
Difficulty isolating at home
Yes vs No
2.2 1.2-4.0 0.007
Parent relation and autonomy Tensions and conflicts at home
Yes vs No
2.2 1.4-3.4 0.0005
Difficulty isolating at home
Yes vs No
2.1 1.2-3.8 0.01
Social support & peers Type of dwelling
Apartment vs house
1.8 1.1-3.1 0.03
Noises inside the residence
Yes vs No
2.3 1.2-4.6 0.01
Frequency of exiting the home
during lockdown
Never vs several times a day
2.6 1.2-5.9 0.0008
Parental GAD-7 score
Score ≥ 10 vs score < 10
1.8 1.1-3.1 0.03
School environment Tensions and conflicts at home
Yes vs No
2.4 1.5-3.7 <0.0001
Time spent working at home
<1 hour a day vs ≥4 hours a day
1-2 hours a day ≥4 hours a day
3.5 1.4-9.0 0.02
2.0 1.1-3.7
  1. Abbreviations: OR odds ratio: the probability of a score in the dimension of KIDSREEN-27 < 1rst quartile; (ie low HRQOL); OR<1, decreased probability of score < 1rst quartile; OR>1, increased probability of score <1rst quartile; CI confidence interval