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Table 3 Variables independently associated with interprofessional collaboration (IPC): Multiple linear regressions

From: Variables associated with interprofessional collaboration: a comparison between primary healthcare and specialized mental health teams

Linear regression modelsStandardized Coefficients BetatSig.95.0% Confidence Interval for BCollinearity Statistics
LBUBToleranceVIF
MH Primary Care Teams (PCTs)a
Total sample (N = 101)(Constant) −1.584.116−7.259.814  
 Interactional CharacteristicsKnowledge sharing score.2383.463.0001.3951.457.7671.303
Knowledge integration score.3754.547< .001.7962.030.5361.866
Team climate score.2653.119.002.119.537.5041.984
 Professional Role CharacteristicsMultifocal identification score.1411.975.005−.001.419.7101.408
MH Specialized Service Teams (SSTs)b
Total sample (N = 214)(Constant) 1.776.077−.3416.536  
 Individual CharacteristicsAge (Mean/SD)−.114−2.450.015−.074−.008.9731.028
 Interactional CharacteristicsKnowledge integration score.2403.819<.001.3761.179.5351.871
Mutual trust score.1241.852.065−.025.795.4692.131
Team climate score.3233.828<.001.169.528.2973.371
Team autonomy score.0841.699.091−.042.567.8681.152
 Structural CharacteristicsOrganizational Support score.1061.931.005−.007.709.7041.420
 Professional Role CharacteristicsMultifocal identification score.0941.689.005−.023.293.6821.467
  1. MH Primary Care Teamsa: Adjusted R2: 0,636; Goodness of fit–F: 44.696 P < 0.001
  2. MH Specialized Service Teamsb: Adjusted R2: 0.550; Goodness of fit–F: 38.159 P < 0.001