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Table 5 Predictors of clinically important change based on multi-variate analyses

From: Predictors of clinically important improvements in occupational and quality of life outcomes among mental health service users after completion and follow-up of a lifestyle intervention: multiple regression modelling based on longitudinal data

PredictorsOcc. eng.aOccupational balanceQOL
  Activity levelWorkLeisureHomeSelf-careGeneral balance 
Female gender
 BEL end     OR 5.96
p = .022
CI 1.298–27.357
  
 Follow-up        
Having children
 BEL endOR 3.94
p = .020
CI 1.240–12.548
       
 Follow-up OR .268 p = .018, CI 0.090–0.802      
Having a close friend
 BEL end   OR 4.3
p = .023 CI 1.218–15.091
    
 Follow-up   OR 5.29 p = .005
CI 1.651–16.971
    
Higher self-esteem
 BEL end    OR 0.412
p = 0.01
CI 0.197–0.858
   
 Follow-up        
Higher psycho-social function-ing
 BEL end        
 Follow-up      OR 0.95
p = .027
CI 0.902–0.994
 
Higher education level
 BEL end        
 Follow-up      OR 0.30
p = .039 CI 0.093–0.939
 
  1. a Occupational engagement