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Table 4 Summary of statistically significant results of multiple regression analysis (adjusted), for male and female, with demographic factors and exposure to trauma as independent variables and Disability (Mild-to-severe disability, Moderate-to-severe disability, and Severe disability) as the dependent variables

From: Disability associated with exposure to traumatic events: results from a cross-sectional community survey in South Sudan

  Mild-to-severe disability Moderate-to-severe disability Severe disability
  Male Female Male Female Male Female
Age: 36–50 years   2.174 (1.053–2.194)     
Age: >50 years 3.040 (1.169–5.904) 6.777 (1.52–8.369) 6.217 (1.709–8.615) 7.930 (3.441–8.657)   
Living in polygamous marriage    2.502 (1.890–6.032) 5.02 (3.132–7.347)   
Self-employed       2.341 (1.083–3.816)
Student    3.558 (1.138–4.120)    
Non paid work 6.979 (2.593–8.783)      
Returnee   1.044 (0.588–1.854)     
Trauma exposure during the war >8 # 1.589 (1.034–2.444)   3.243 (1.228–4.097) 3.998 (1.744–5.161)   
Trauma exposure after the Peace Agreement > 4 ¤    4.800 (1.769–8.164)   7.269 (2.382–9.177) 7.049 (2.093–9.445)
  1. Only statistically significant (*p < 0.05) associations are presented.
  2. # Range of traumatic events: 0–16.
  3. ¤ Range of traumatic events: 0–8.
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