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Table 7 Crisis-, learner-, instructor- and course-related categories affecting online education satisfaction

From: Barriers and facilitators to online medical and nursing education during the COVID-19 pandemic: perspectives from international students from low- and middle-income countries and their teaching staff

Categories All students Students inside China Students outside China Teachers
Coefficients p-value Coefficients p-value Coefficients p-value Coefficients p-value
Crisis-related − 0.695 .009 / − 0.685 .035 − 1.644 .001
Learner-related 0.586 .133 / 0.779 .108 1.966 .000
Instructor-related 1.324 .000 .833 .123 2.196 .000 /
Course-related 0.094 .801 1.214 .087 − 1.230 .024 /
  1. The symbol “/” indicated that the particular category did not significantly affect the particular population’s attitude towards the online education, so the related data were excluded from the binary logistic regression model for multiple-factor analysis