Table 3—

Regression analysis of nurse psychosocial perceptions and strategies (standardized regression coefficients)

Independent variablePsychosocial problem prevalencePsychosocial problem impactProvider psychosocial skillsPsychosocial specialist availabilityProvider psychosocial careRefer to psychosocial specialist
Country*
    Australia−0.080−0.0320.069−0.0640.0080.166
    France−0.239−0.0420.267−0.200−0.0890.085
    Germany−0.175−0.118§0.229−0.075−0.1350.106§
    India−0.191−0.2940.403−0.203−0.0720.147
    Japan−0.3170.017−0.119§−0.365−0.137§0.145
    The Netherlands−0.435−0.1970.105§−0.163−0.1780.022
    Poland−0.214−0.1470.261−0.115§−0.0870.099
    Scandinavia−0.3830.0290.088−0.290−0.197−0.001
    Spain−0.395−0.0850.250−0.1740.117§0.016
    U.K.−0.242−0.0540.068−0.199−0.0790.083
Respondent
    Age−0.058−0.037−0.030−0.0410.048−0.052
    Sex (female)0.048−0.0410.0040.028−0.018−0.037
    Practice location−0.0160.079−0.011−0.022−0.006−0.070
    Specialist0.1170.1110.0190.0030.1190.086§
    Practice duration0.022−0.0610.061−0.0140.0090.015
    Number of type 1 diabetic patients−0.0060.0110.0080.0400.0490.076§
    Number of type 2 diabetic patients0.0500.028−0.0340.021−0.0220.027
    Percent minority patients0.098§0.0470.032−0.0410.0080.057
Perceptions
    Psychosocial problem prevalence0.1240.116
    Psychosocial problem impact0.0360.172
    Provider psychosocial skills0.1730.049
    Psychosocial specialist availability0.245
    Provider psychosocial care0.132
Change in R2 for block 1 (countries)0.2310.0840.2560.1160.1230.070
Change in R2 for block 2 (respondent characteristics)0.0280.0360.0060.0060.0250.046
Change in R2 for block 3 (psychosocial problems, resources)0.0330.112
Overall R20.2590.1200.2620.1220.1810.228
  • *

    * U.S. is the reference category.

  • P ≤ 0.05;

  • P ≤ 0.001;

  • §

    § P ≤ 0.01.