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Table 2 The results of the covariance analyses for time pressure and psychological distress

From: Experienced time pressure and stress: electronic health records usability and information technology competence play a role

  Model Aa Model Bb Model Cc
  F p R2 F p R2 F p R2
Time pressure    0.008       
Age 0.03 0.867   1.324 0.250   0.855 0.975  
Sex 1.62 0.251   2.347 0.126   2.816 3.213  
Employment sector 5.68 < 0.001   5.949 < 0.001   5.990 < 0.001  
EHR usability in terms of       0.057    
Reliability     24.844 < 0.001   23.749 < 0.001  
User-friendliness     14.244 < 0.001   13.384 < 0.001  
Impact on quality of service     1.634 0.201   0.097 0.756  
Support for cooperation     1.856 0.173   1.262 0.261  
Competence related to          0.083
Classification use        0.004 0.950  
e-Care        17.585 < 0.001  
e-Documentation        3.607 0.058  
e-Ethics        0.007 0.932  
Psychological distress    0.001       
Age 3.64 0.057   6.751 0.009   6.715 0.010  
Sex 0.03 0.854   0.070 0.791   0.002 0.968  
Employment sector 1.24 0.290   2.079 0.081   1.082 0.364  
EHR usability in terms of       0.033    
Reliability     5.263 0.022   5.641 0.018  
User-friendliness     4.765 0.029   2.236 0.135  
Impact on quality of service     1.924 0.166   0.501 0.479  
Support for cooperation     12.092 0.001   9.456 0.002  
Competence related to          0.056
Classification use        0.334 0.563  
e-Care        12.547 < 0.001  
e-Documentation        0.020 0.887  
e-Ethics        0.625 0.429  
  1. aModel A included age, sex, and employment sector.
  2. bModel B included age, sex, employment sector, EHR reliability, user-friendliness, impact on quality of service, and support for cooperation.
  3. cModel C included age, sex, employment sector, EHR reliability, user-friendliness, impact on quality of service, support for cooperation, classification competence, e-care competence, e-documentation competence, and e-ethics competence