Journal of Diabetes Research / 2017 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Parental Diabetes Behaviors and Distress Are Related to Glycemic Control in Youth with Type 1 Diabetes: Longitudinal Data from the DINO Study

Table 2

Relations between parental well-being, HbA1c, youth’s problem behavior, diabetes parenting behavior, and parental diabetes stress.

β95% LCI95% UCI value

WHO-5—HbA1c−0.052−0.2750.1720.650
WHO-5—DFBC supportive−0.045−0.1340.0440.325
WHO-5—DFBC unsupportive−0.174−0.268−0.0810.000
WHO-5—PAID-Pr−0.666−0.858−0.4740.000
WHO-5—SDQ−0.219−0.312−0.1250.000
DFBC unsupportive—HbA1c0.3830.0690.6970.017
PAID-Pr—HbA1c0.2760.1170.4360.001
DFBC supportive—HbA1c−0.259−0.455−0.0630.010
DFBC supportive—SDQ−0.013−0.1230.0970.821
DFBC unsupportive—SDQ0.2980.1650.4310.000
PAID-Pr—SDQ0.1730.1040.2420.000
SDQ—HbA1c0.4240.1910.6580.000

HbA1c: hemoglobin A1c; WHO-5: WHO-Five Well-Being Index; DFBC: Diabetes Family Behavior Checklist; PAID-Pr: Problem Areas In Diabetes-Parent Revised version; SDQ: Strengths and Difficulties Questionnaire; Statistically significant at the level; statistically significant at the level.

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