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Table 4 Multivariate models for attempted suicides among male children of sawmill workers during the first 16 years of the child's life

From: The impact of fathers' physical and psychosocial work conditions on attempted and completed suicide among their children

Independent Variables Model 1 Model 2 Model 3
Father's ethnicity (ref = Caucasian)    
Sikh .55 (.20,1.53)* (.25)** .58 (.21,1.63) (.30) .52 (.18,1.49) (.22)
Chinese 1.05 (.11,10.32) (.96) 1.09 (.11,10.7) (.94) 1.12 (.11,11.47) (.92)
Father's marital status (ref = married) .98 (.86,1.11) (.73) .96 (.85,1.1) (.59) .95 (.83,1.08) (.44)
Father's suicide   1.98 (.36,10.93) (.43) 1.75 (.31,9.94) (.53)
Father's mental health diagnosis   1.26 (.65,2.45) (.50) 1.26 (.65,2.47) (.49)
Father's alcohol diagnosis   3.58 (.87,14.71) (.08) 3.68 (.87,15.50) (.08)
Father's Occupational Status (ref = manger)    
Tradesman    1.03 (.29,3.69) (.96)
Skilled    1.48 (.41,5.36) (.55)
Unskilled    1.83 (.55,6.12) (.33)
Father's average duration (years) of employment at sawmill .92 (.87,.98) (.01) .92 (.86,.98) (.01) .93 (.87,1.00) (.05)
  1. * 95% Confidence intervals; ** p-value.