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Table 2 Determinants of time-inappropriate Pap smear use + among Inuit women in Nunavik, Quebec (n=403)

From: Factors associated with cervical cancer screening uptake among Inuit women in Nunavik, Quebec, Canada

   OR (95% CI)++
Variable Crude Fully-adjusted
Age 1.38 (1.09 -1.74)  
   21-29 Reference Reference
   30-44 2.63 (1.56-4.44) 3.23 (1.72-6.04)
   45+ 1.99 (1.03-3.83) 2.28 (0.99-5.26)
Marital status at baseline   
   Married or living with partner Reference Reference
   Single 0.86 (0.53-1.40) 0.89 (0.49-1.62)
Educational attainment   
   < Grade 9 Reference Reference
   ≥ Grade 9 0.71 (0.44-1.16) 0.87 (0.47-1.59)
Employed   
   No Reference  
   Yes 1.62 (0.88-2.94)  
Current smoker   
   No Reference  
   Yes 0.98 (0.58-1.67)  
Current alcohol use   
   No Reference  
   Yes 0.91 (0.53-1.54)  
Self-reported history of STI   
   No Reference  
   Yes 0.67 (0.39-1.14)  
Age at first sexual intercourse (per year) 1.10 (0.98-1.21)  
Lifetime # of sexual partners   
   < 10 partners Reference  
   ≥ 10 partners 0.93 (0.57-1.51)  
Previously given birth   
   Yes Reference Reference
   No 1.76 (0.86-3.59) 2.57 (1.10-6.01)
Current use of any birth control   
   No Reference  
   Yes 0.52 (0.31-0.85)  
Community   
   1 2.51 (1.01-6.22) 1.82 (0.69-4.82)
   2 Reference Reference
   3 2.52 (0.96-6.64) 1.95 (0.69-5.48)
   4 2.11 (0.70-6.38) 1.16 (0.33-4.16)
  1. + No history of Pap smear within the three years prior to cohort entry.
  2. ++Odds ratio (95% Confidence Interval). Odds ratios are unadjusted or fully adjusted for all other variables in the model.