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Table 3 Comparison of residents and staff characteristics between units with high and low levels of PCC

From: Organisational and environmental characteristics of residential aged care units providing highly person-centred care: a cross sectional study

  Low PCC High PCC    
  M(sd) n(%) M(sd) n(%) p-value Effect size
Residents
 Gender
  Women   518 (69.2)   467 (67.3)   
  Men   231 (30.8)   227 (32.7) 0.45  
Age 84.5 (3.3)   84.9 (2.8)   0.40  
Cognitive impairment    644 (87.6) 617 (89.0) 0.41  
ADL-ability 13.9 (6.1)   14.3 (6.0)   0.20  
Time for stay in this facility (months) 32.1 (29.7)   31.0 (31.4)   0.50  
Staff
 Gender       
  Women   580 (94.2)   564 (96.1)   
  Men   36 (5.8)   23 (3.9) 0.10  
Age 45.9 (11.5)   45.7 (10.9)   0.75  
Years of experience in aged care 15.5 (10.4)   16.0 (10.3)   0.39  
Years of work in this facility 7.3 (6.5)   7.9 (7.4)   0.10  
Additional education in dementia care   291 (51.1)   328 (61.2) 0.001 −0.1a
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