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Table 5 Multivariate models for attempted suicides among female 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 .86 (.49,1.54)* (.63)** .73 (.14,3.77) (.70) .76 (.15,3.96) (.74)
Chinese .85 (.13,3.33) (.61) .73 (.14,3.77) (.70) .76 (.15,3.96) (.74)
Father's marital status (ref = married) .96 (.87,1.06) (.43) .97 (.87,1.07) (.52) .96 (.87,1.07)(.49)
Father's Occupational Status (ref = manger)    
Tradesman    .76 (.31,1.85) (.54)
Skilled    .53 (.20,1.40) (.20)
Unskilled    .45 (.16,1.22) (.12)
Father's average duration (years) of employment at sawmill .96 (.91,1.01) (.09) .96 (.91,1.01) (.10) .95 (.90,1.00) (.06)
Psychosocial and physical work conditions    
Control .95 (.88,1.02) (.15) .95 (.88,1.02) (.20) .90 (.81,.99) (.04)
Physical 1.31 (.77,2.22) (.32) 1.37 (.80,2.36) (.25) 1.51 (.82,2.76) (.18)
Father's suicide ***   - -
Father's mental health diagnosis   1.95 (1.13,3.37) (.02) 2.01 (1.16,3.49) (.01)
Father's alcohol diagnosis   .93 (.22,3.87) (.92) .82 (.19,3.50) (.79)
  1. * 95% Confidence intervals; ** p-value; ***data are missing as no father of a female child who attempted suicide had attempted or completed suicide prior to their child's attempt.