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Table 5 Results of logistic regression on association between expanded roles and job satisfaction

From: Job satisfaction of the primary healthcare providers with expanded roles in the context of health service integration in rural China: a cross-sectional mixed methods study

   Model 1    Model 2  
  OR 95% CI P OR 95% CI P
Overall       
 Proportion of working time on public health (reference, < 20)
 20–40 0.70 2 [0.24 6, 2.00 5] 0.50 9 0.50 5 [0.15 2, 1.67 8] 0.26 5
 40–60 0.19 9 [0.06 7, 0.58 7] 0.00 3 0.14 6 [0.04 2, 0.50 8] 0.00 2
 60–80 0.08 3 [0.02 5, 0.27 6] < 0.00 1 0.07 1 [0.01 6, 0.30 9] < 0.00 1
 80–100 0.03 0 [0.00 7, 0.13 0] < 0.00 1 0.03 8 [0.00 8, 0.18 5] < 0.00 1
 Work autonomy (reference, low autonomy)
  High autonomy     2.56 0 [1.25 8, 5.21 1] 0.01 0
 Monthly income (reference, < 3 000)
  3 000–3 999     2.11 6 [1.09 4, 4.09 2] 0.02 6
  4 000–4 999     2.54 4 [1.27 3, 5.08 7] 0.00 8
  ≥ 5 000     2.56 0 [1.25 8, 5.21 1] 0.01 0
 Hours worked per week (reference, < 40)
  40–56     2.14 1 [0.63 1, 7.26 8] 0.22 2
  ≥ 57     1.88 0 [0.49 2, 7.17 9] 0.35 5
Physicians with expanded roles      
 Proportion of working time on public health (reference, < 20)
  20–40 0.38 9 [0.11 9, 1.27 0] 0.11 8 0.36 8 [0.10 3, 1.31 3] 0.12 3
  40–60 0.11 5 [0.03 1, 0.42 4] 0.00 1 0.10 6 [0.02 3,0.47 3] 0.00 3
  60–80 0.03 6 [0.00 7, 0.17 6] < 0.00 1 0.01 7 [0.00 2, 0.13 0] < 0.00 1
  80–100 0.00 6 [0.00 3, 0.50 9] < 0.00 1 0.03 5 [0.00 6, 0.19 3] < 0.00 1
 Work autonomy (reference, low autonomy)
  High autonomy     2.37 1 [1.87 2, 2.99 8] < 0.00 1
 Monthly income (reference, < 3 000)
  3 000–3 999     7.05 0 [1.39 9, 35.52 8] 0.01 8
  4 000–4 999     3.29 7 [2.40 8, 4.51 0] < 0.00 1
  ≥ 5 000     1.44 1 [1.05 0, 1.98 0] 0.02 4
 Hours worked per week (reference, < 40)
  40–56     4.43 6 [0.54 4, 36.15 3] 0.16 4
  ≥ 57     2.00 6 [0.16 4, 24.54 0] 0.58 6
Nurses with expanded roles      
 Proportion of working time on public health (reference, < 20)
  20–40 3.93 8 [0.42 4, 36.59 8] 0.22 8 3.94 2 [0.41 7, 37.21 1] 0.23 1
  40–60 0.41 6 [0.10 0, 1.72 3] 0.22 6 0.38 9 [0.10 0, 1.51 5] 0.17 3
  60–80 0.10 4 [0.02 4, 0.45 2] 0.00 3 0.16 0 [0.03 7, 0.69 4] 0.01 4
  80–100 0.02 2 [0.00 3, 0.15 2] < 0.00 1 0.04 4 [0.00 6, 0.31 9] 0.00 2
 Work autonomy (reference, low autonomy)
  High autonomy     4.06 4 [1.30 1, 12.69 6] 0.01 6
 Monthly income (reference, < 3 000)
  3 000–3 999     8.93 1 [1.12 9, 70.64 7] 0.03 8
  4 000–4 999     4.69 0 [1.22 9, 17.89 8] 0.02 4
  ≥ 5 000     4.81 5 [1.16 9, 19.82 3] 0.03 0
 Hours worked per week (reference, < 40)
  40–56     0.68 2 [0.02 2, 21.26 1] 0.82 8
  ≥ 57     1.10 3 [0.02 4, 51.40 6] 0.96 0
  1. Work autonomy was measured by decision-making autonomy, which was surveyed by asking “Have your opinions and suggestions be considered and referenced regarding decisions on institutional development?” (Yes or no)