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Table 3 Predictors of health-related quality of life (HRQoL) and resilience: a multivariate stepwise linear regression analysis (N = 231)

From: The mediator role of resilience between psychological predictors and health-related quality of life in breast cancer survivors: a cross-sectional study

Dependents Predictors B (95% CI) P VIF
HRQoL Resilience 0.66 (0.51, 0.80) < .001 2.03
Resignation −2.08 (− 2.82, −1.35) < .001 2.01
Residence place (ref. urban) 6.19 (3.04, 9.33) < .001 1.12
Avoidance 1.15 (0.34, 1.95) 0005 1.07
Illness stage (ref. I) −2.60 (−4.47, −0.73) .007 1.15
R = 0.80, R2 = 0.63, R2adj = 0.63, F = 77.90, p < .001
Resilience Resignation −2.00 (− 2.54, − 1.46) <.001 1.73
Perceived social support 0.46 (0.31, 0.61) <.001 1.35
Endocrine therapy (ref. yes) −6.19 (−8.63, −3.73) <.001 1.07
Confrontation 0.83 (0.43, 1.23) <.001 1.60
Residence place (ref. urban) −3.67 (−6.15, −1.19) .004 1.10
Chronic disease (ref. yes) −5.71 (− 10.78, −0.64) .027 1.12
R = 0.79, R2 = 0.63, R2adj = 0.62, F = 62.37, p < .001
  1. The independents were variables shown in Table 1: education level (ref. primary and below), marital status (ref. married), has children (ref. yes), employment status (ref. unemployed), average monthly income (Chinese Yuan) (ref. < 3000), residence place (ref. urban), chronic disease (ref. yes), illness stage (ref. I), metastasis (ref. yes), surgery (ref. yes), chemotherapy (ref. yes), neoadjuvant chemotherapy (ref. yes), radiotherapy (ref. yes), endocrine therapy (ref. yes), targeted therapy (ref. yes), and continuous characteristics (age, resilience, perceived social support, confrontation, avoidance, resignation)
  2. R2adj Adjusted R2, 95%CI 95% confidence interval, VIF Variance inflation factor (reference value: < 10)