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Research Article

The Influence of Pain Severity and Interference on Satisfaction with Pain Management among Middle-Aged and Older Adults

Table 2

Predictors of patient satisfaction with pain management (final model).

VariablesBSEVIF

Age group1.160.43<0.01.16
Race0.370.650.511.15
Gender0.040.450.931.23
Years of education0.230.131.13
Total pain locations0.140.220.531.36
Comorbidities0.270.270.331.88
Pain interference0.380.390.333.50
Pain severity0.40<0.03.22
Self-efficacy for pain management0.320.342.53
Self-efficacy for coping with other symptoms0.610.360.093.00
Age group × pain locations0.610.621.39
Age group × comorbidities0.420.450.351.81
Age group × pain interference0.540.463.49
Age group × pain severity1.310.570.3.33
Age group × self-efficacy for pain management0.520.510.312.29
Age group × self-efficacy for coping with other symptoms0.540.592.58

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Note. The reference group for age group was middle-aged adults, and the reference group for race was Whites. All continuous variables were -scored. VIF = variance inflation factor.

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