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Table 5 Association of baseline mental health with weekly use of WW digital resources in first 3 months: Results are presented from negative binomial regression models, controlled for randomised group and with robust standard errors to allow for clustering by general practice

From: The impact of participant mental health on attendance and engagement in a trial of behavioural weight management programmes: secondary analysis of the WRAP randomised controlled trial

Weekly frequency of using WW e-tools/online resources (reported at 3-months)
Mental health at baseline: Odds Ratio (95% CI) Number of participants
Model 1: Global quality of life 0.65 (0.39, 1.09) 728
Model 2: Satisfaction with life 1.01 (0.99, 1.03) 743
Model 3: Anxiety 0.96 (0.94, 0.99) 747
Model 4: Depression 1.00 (0.97, 1.04) 747
Weekly frequency of using the WW mobile phone app (reported at 3-months)
Mental health at baseline: Odds Ratio (95% CI) Number of participants
Model 1: Global quality of life 0.31 (0.15, 0.64) 730
Model 2: Satisfaction with life 1.02 (0.996, 1.04) 745
Model 3: Anxiety 0.98 (0.95, 1.02) 749
Model 4: Depression 1.00 (0.96, 1.05) 749
  1. Abbreviations: WW formerly Weight Watchers, CI Confidence interval