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Table 2 Poisson model predicting caregiver dissatisfaction with home participation post-PICU

From: Caregiver dissatisfaction with their child’s participation in home activities after pediatric critical illness

Variables, B (95% CI) p-value
Intercept 2.305 (2.024, 2.586) < 0.001
Child Factors
 Time since PICU discharge − 0.095 (− 0.145, − 0.044) < 0.001
 Functional performance 0.012 (0.009, 0.016) < 0.001
 Received PICU rehabilitation 0.714 (0.604, 0.824) < 0.001
Caregiver Factors
 Pre-PICU dissatisfaction 0.016 (0.016, 0.017) < 0.001
 Caregiver has participation-focused strategy 0.269 (0.17, 0.368) < 0.001
 PICU rehabilitation* participation-focused strategy −0.548 (−0.676, − 0.421) < 0.001
 Caregiver stress difficulty 0.003 (0.002, 0.004) < 0.001
Home Environmental Factors
 Attitudes and relationships −0.004 (− 0.005, − 0.003) < 0.001
 Activity demands − 0.001 (− 0.002, − 0.001) < 0.01
 Physical layout and sensory qualities −0.001 (− 0.002, − 0.001) < 0.001
  1. PICU Pediatric intensive care unit; Functional performance = Daily Activities domain of the Pediatric Evaluation of Disability Inventory – Computerized Adaptive Test; Caregiver stress difficulty = Pediatric Inventory for Parents; Caregiver dissatisfaction, participation-focused strategy, and home environmental factors (supports) = Participation and Environment Measure