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Table 5 Multivariate associations (adjusted odds ratio [OR adjusted ], 95% confidence intervals [CI]) between sociodemographic factors and the use of alcohol on the latest occasion of sexual intercourse with risky sexual behavior in a sex-stratified sample of Ugandan university students with sexual experience

From: Patterns of alcohol consumption and risky sexual behavior: a cross-sectional study among Ugandan university students

Characteristics Multiple sexual partnerships Inconsistent condom use with new partner
  All Females Males All Females Males
Non–Use of alcohol at latest occasion of sexual intercourse* 1 (ref) 1 (ref) 1 (ref) 1 (ref) 1 (ref) 1 (ref)
Use of alcohol at latest occasion of sexual intercourse* 3.25 (2.07–5.10) 5.47 (2.30–12.97) 2.52 (1.48–4.30) 1.50 (.98–2.32) 2.23 (.99–5.05) 1.35 (.80–2.27)
Older (> 22 years) .88 (.59–1.32) .94 (.45–2.00) .88 (.54–1.45) 1.45 (.97–2.13) 1.75 (.90–3.44) 1.18 (.71–1.95)
Rural residence while growing up .99 (.66–1.48) 1.56 (.72–3.42) .75 (.46–1.22) 2.04 (1.40–3.02) 2.57 (1.28–5.15) 1.97 (1.20–3.20)
Minor role of religion while growing up 1.62 (1.08–2.42) 1.70 (.80–3.66) 1.58 (.97–2.58) 1.02 (.69–1.50) .94 (.48–1.85) 1.13 (.70–1.85)
  1. *Abstainers of alcohol during the last 12 months have been excluded from this analysis.
  2. The bold font indicates statistical significance at p<.05.