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Table 5 Odds ratios of alcohol-related inpatient care and/or death among mothers for full-time work (> 34 hours) versus other categories (0–34 hours), and for working 20–34 hours and > 34 hours versus 0–19 hours; crude (original population and population without those having another child in 1979–80) and models I-IV (95% CI).

From: The relationship between a less gender-stereotypical parenthood and alcohol-related care and death: A registry study of Swedish mothers and fathers

  Odds ratios Crude Odds ratios Crude Odds ratios Model I Odds ratios Model II Odds ratios Model III Odds ratios Model IV
  Original female population Excluded: child 1979–80     
  n = 43,450 n = 33,696 n = 33,406 n = 33,406 n = 33,406 n = 33,406
Dichotomised:       
Working hours: 0–34 hours
N = 24,995; alcohol harm = 425
1 1 1 1 1 1
Working hours: > 34 hours,
n = 8,411; alcohol harm = 187
1.24 (1.06–1.45) 1.30 (1.09–1.54) 1.26 (1.06–1.50) 1.83 (1.48–2.26) 1.75 (1.41–2.16) 1.71 (1.38–2.19)
Categorised:       
Working hours: 0–19 hours
N = 9,415; alcohol harm = 243
1 1 1 1 1 1
Working hours: 20–34 hours
N = 15,580; alcohol harm = 182
0.47 (0.40–0.56) 0.45 (0.37–0.54) 0.46 (0.38–0.55) 0.84 (0.55–1.27) 0.84 (0.55–1.28) 0.81 (0.53–1.23)
Working hours: > 34 hours
N = 8,411; alcohol harm = 187
0.87 (0.73–1.03) 0.85 (0.70–1.03) 0.84 (0.69–1.02) 1.57 (1.02–2.39) 1.50 (0.98–2.29) 1.41 (0.92–2.17)
  1. Model I: adjustments for age, country of birth, and municipality (missing: 0)
  2. Model II: I + adjustments for income and occupational position (missing: 40)
  3. Model III: II + adjustments for partner's age, country of birth, income, occupational position, and working hours (missing: 250)
  4. Model IV: III + adjustments for partner's exposure (parental leave), and the partner's outcome (alcohol-related care/death) (missing: 0)