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Table 2 Logistic regression for dispensation of any psychotropic medication

From: First-generation migrants’ use of psychotropic medication in Northern Ireland: a record linkage study

 Model 1 OR (CI)Model 2 OR (CI)Model 3 OR (CI)Model 4 OR (CI)
Migrant status (ref: settled)
All migrants0.42 (0.41–0.43)0.45 (0.43–0.46)0.47 (0.46–0.48)0.37 (0.36–0.38)
Age (ref: 16–24)
 25–342.69 (2.63–2.74)2.68 (2.62–2.73)2.14 (2.09–2.19)
 35–444.51 (4.42–4.61)4.26 (4.17 – 4.35)3.38 (3.29 – 3.46)
 45– 45.83 (5.71–5.96)5.10 (4.99 – 5.21)4.04 (3.94 – 4.14)
 55–646.68 (6.53–6.83)5.08 (4.96 – 5.20)3.93 (3.82 – 4.03)
Sex (ref: male)
 Female2.06 (2.04–2.08)2.12 (2.10 – 2.14)2.11 (2.09 – 2.14)
Marital status (ref: married)
 Never married1.55 (1.53–1.57)1.46 (1.44–1.48)1.03 (1.02 – 1.05)
 Separated/divorced/widowed2.33 (2.30–2.36)2.15 (2.12–2.18)1.47 (1.45 – 1.49)
Poor physical health (ref: no)
 Yes2.99 (2.96–3.03)2.62 (2.58–2.65)
NS – SEC (ref: managerial)
 Small employers1.25 (1.23–1.27)
 Intermediate1.11 (1.10–1.14)
 Routine/semi-routine1.42 (1.40–1.43)
 Never worked/unemployed1.53 (1.50–1.56)
 Students0.72 (0.71–0.76)
Car availability (ref: 2 +)
 11.31 (1.29–1.32)
 01.71 (1.68–1.74)
Housing tenure (ref: owns)
 Private renting1.33 (1.31–1.36)
 Social renting1.69 (1.66–1.72)
Urban–rural living (ref: urban)
 Intermediate0.97 (0.95–1.00)
 Rural0.89 (0.88–0.90)
  1. Model 1: Unadjusted
  2. Model 2: Adjusted for demographic factors
  3. Model 3: Plus adjustment for poor physical health
  4. Model 4: Plus adjustment for socioeconomic factors
  5. OR odds ratio, CI confidence intervals