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Table 4 Direct logistic regression analysis of patient nationality as a function of demographic variables

From: Treatment needs, diagnoses and use of services for acutely admitted psychiatric patients in northwest Russia and northern Norway

Variables B Wald Odds Ratio 95% C.I for Exp (B)
Lower Upper
Demographic variables      
 Age (MAP) .020 14.91 1.02 1.01 1.03
 Sex (MAP) - .52 11.81 .59 .44 .80
 Income from work (MAP) 1.29 42.07 3.64 2.32 5.68
 Living in own flat/house (vs by parents, institution etc) (MAP) .68 16.46 1.98 1.43 2.75
Total model: Correct classifications: 56.7%; Hosmer/Lemeshow Chi sq. 23.04, p = .003; Nagelknerk R2 .14
With clinical variables added
 Income from work (MAP) 1.44 16.60 4.23 2.11 8.46
 Living in own flat/house (MAP) .76 7.44 2.15 1.24 3.72
 Depression (HoNOS) .28 6.64 1.33 1.07 1.64
 Problems related to activities of daily life (HoNOS) - .82 40.66 .44 .34 .56
 Problems related to occupation and activities (HoNOS) 1.07 92.73 2.91 2.34 3.61
 Organic disorders (ICD-10) 2.32 25.91 10.21 4.17 24.97
 Alcohol/drugs (ICD-10) 2.47 52.39 11.81 6.05 23.05
 Affective disorders (ICD-10) −1.72 21.33 .18 .09 .37
 Use of drugs - 1.60 46.87 .20 .13 .32
 Risk of Suicidality at admission (MAP) - .58 37.19 .56 .46 .67
Total model: Correct classifications: 87.6%; Hosmer/Lemeshow Chi sq. 11.03, p = .18; Nagelknerk R2 .71
  1. Norway = 0, Russia = 1. Only significant variables are shown.