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Table 3 Factors associated with participants answering that elderly patients would not wish not to receive life-prolonging treatment when the chances of surviving are slim according to stepwise regression analysis

From: Thai medical students’ attitudes regarding what constitutes a “good death”: a multi-center study

Factors Adjusted OR (95% CI) p-value
Female 1.39 (1.05,1.84) 0.02*
Clinical year of training 1.92 (1.40,2.66) 0.00*
Experience living with older adult 1.20 (0.91,1.59) 0.19
In good health 1.45 (1.09,1.95) 0.01*
Prior experience of watching someone dying 1.61 (1.13,2.31) 0.008*
Prior experience of caring for someone at the end of their life (%) 0.80 (0.57,1.12) 0.19
  1. *: p-value < 0.05