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Table 5 Generalised linear models showing unadjusted and adjusted associations between circumcision status and HIV test results among circumcised and uncircumcised men age 15–59 years, Uganda 2004 and 2011

From: A comparison of sexual risk behaviours and HIV seroprevalence among circumcised and uncircumcised men before and after implementation of the safe male circumcision programme in Uganda

  (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
  Unadjusted: Tested HIV positive, 2004 PR (95 % CI) Unadjusted: Tested HIV positive, 2011 PR (95 % CI) Adjusted for background characteristicsa: Tested HIV positive, 2004 PR (95 % CI) Adjusted for background characteristicsa: Tested HIV positive, 2011 PR (95 % CI) Adjusted for background characteristics and sexual risk behavioursb: Tested HIV positive, 2004 PR (95 % CI) Adjusted for background characteristics and sexual risk behavioursb: Tested HIV positive, 2011 PR (95 % CI)
Circumcised       
No 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
Yes 0.63* [0.48,0.82] 0.62* [0.49,0.80] 0.57* [0.44,0.75] 0.66* [0.51,0.84] 0.55* [0.41,0.73] 0.64* [0.49,0.83]
Number of men 6900 7857 6886 7857 5919 6996
  1. aAdjusted for highest education level, Age, Marital status, Survey region, Residence, and Wealth status
  2. bAdjusted for highest education level, Age, Marital status, Survey region, Residence, and Wealth status, Multiple sexual partners, Sex with a non-marital partner, Transactional sex
  3. *p < 0.05