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Table 5 Spearman’s Rank-Order Correlations between Patient-Physician Relationships with, Self-Efficacy, Perceived Screening Effectiveness, and Screening Reassurance

From: Patient-physician relationships, health self-efficacy, and gynecologic cancer screening among women with Lynch syndrome

  CASE Understand & Participate In Care CASE Positive Attitude CASE Seek & Obtain Information Watchful of Certain Symptoms (PE) PE of CA125 Blood Test (PE) Undergo Pelvic Ultrasound (PE) Undergo Transvaginal Ultrasound (PE) Endometrial Biopsy (PE) Overall Screening Reassurance
PICS Doctor Facilitation .273 −.006 .317 −.164 .089 .113 .082 −.071 .134
PICS Patient Information .321 .278 .297 .173 .584* .742*** .586 ** .751* .529*
PICS Decision Making .248 .134 .331 .122 .601* .625** .435* .392 .215
Confident FP Understands cancer risk .191 .188 .369** .179 −.093 .218 .192 .417 .098
Disagree with FP about managing cancer risk −.169 .051 −.406** .228 .124 .028 .317 −.028 .281
  1. Note: PICS (Perceived Involvement in Care Scale); FP (Family Physician); CASE (Cancer Self-Efficacy Scale); PE (Perceived Effectiveness). Bolded correlations are statistically significant
  2. *p < .05
  3. **p < .01
  4. ***p < .001