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Table 4 Percentage of those (n = 1980) who bypass a local service to access a centre of excellence or specialist service, by demographics and infection route

From: Influence of socio-demographic factors on distances travelled to access HIV services: enhanced surveillance of HIV patients in north west England

    Chi Square Logistic Regression
  n df % X2 P Adj odds ratio (95% CI) P
Age     54.6 <0.001    
Under 20 74 3 87.8    Ref   0.015
20–34 603 1 47.4    0.612 (0.25, 1.502) 0.284
35–49 1038 1 59.8    0.882 (0.36, 2.159) 0.783
50+ 265 1 57.7    0.772 (0.304, 1.959) 0.586
Route and sex     100.7 <0.001    
Sex between men 1121 3 51.3    Ref   <0.001
Male heterosexual 236 1 57.2    1.071 (0.758, 1.515) 0.697
Female heterosexual 431 1 56.1    1.032 (0.739, 1.441) 0.854
Other 192 1 90.1    8.057 (4.597, 14.122) <0.001
Deprivation and urban category     28.2 <0.001    
Not urban, least deprived 88 3 30.7    Ref   <0.001
Urban, least deprived 659 1 55.5    2.703 (1.602, 4.561) <0.001
Urban, average 680 1 59.1    3.607 (2.133, 6.100) <0.001
Urban, most deprived 553 1 59.7    3.622 (2.123, 6.180) <0.001
Ethnicity and residency     19.7 0.001    
British white 1350 5 54.4    Ref   0.032
British black African 193 1 63.7    1.22 (0.805, 1.850) 0.348
British other/unknown 118 1 57.6    0.931 (0.600, 1.443) 0.748
Asylum seeker 153 1 58.2    1.069 (0.683, 1.673) 0.771
Overseas student 48 1 81.3    3.953 (1.774, 8.808) 0.001
Other non national 118 1 61.0    1.127 (0.689, 1.842) 0.634
Level of antiretroviral therapy     154.4 <0.001    
None 568 2 35.4    Ref   <0.001
Mono/dual/triple 1019 1 67.3    3.56 (2.821, 4.491) <0.001
Quad or more 393 1 60.6    2.576 (1.940, 3.420) <0.001
Total 1980   56.8      
  1. Univariate Chi square analysis and logistic regression to predict visiting a centre of excellence/specialist services.