Table 8

Stepwise multiple regression analysis of health emergency response capacity
Items B S.E Beta t value P value
Constant 59.712 1.186 0.368 50.357 0.000
Gender −1.080 0.443 −0.049 −2.439 0.015
Title 1.045 0.370 0.061 2.825 0.005
Position 3.244 0.580 −0.109 5.549 0.000
Job type 1.881 0.396 0.095 4.750 0.000
Length of service 0.733 0.252 0.057 2.915 0.004
Emergency training 7.331 0.415 0.336 17.676 0.000

Note: The assignment was as follows: Sex: 1 male, 2 female; Title: 1 junior, 2 intermediate grade, 3 senior; Position: 0 ordinary staff;1 the head of the hospital or department; job type: 1 primary care medical staffs who were not responsible for community public health work, 2 primary care medical staffs who were responsible in part for community public health work; 3 primary care medical staffs who were responsible for community public health work; length of service: 1, less than 5 years; 2, 5–10 years; 3, more than 10 years; emergency training: 0 did not attend.1 participated.

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