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Table 4 Multivariable logistic regression of variables associated with high versus low perceived risk

From: Actual sexual risk and perceived risk of HIV acquisition among HIV-negative men who have sex with men in Toronto, Canada

   Odds Ratio (95 % CI)
Component 1: Condom use during insertive or receptive anal sex with casual male partner or number of casual partners Low 6.85 (0.20–239.61)
Med 1.77 (0.11–28.50)
High 1.00
Component 2: Condom use during insertive or receptive anal sex with an HIV-positive regular male partner Low 18.33 (1.65–203.45)
Med 4.16 (0.31–56.54)
High 1.00
Component 3: Condom use during insertive or receptive anal sex with an HIV-unknown status regular male partner Low 4.02 (0.52–30.83)
Med 0.87 (0.087–8.71)
High 1.00
Age <30 1.00
  30–39 0.21 (0.029–1.51)
  40–49 0.12 (0.016–0.86)
  50–59 0.13 (0.013–1.28)
  60+ 0.30 (0.015–5.95)
Ethnicity White 1.00
  Other 4.18 (0.85–20.55)
Lifetime number of HIV tests 0–4 1.00
  5–9 3.87 (0.32–46.38)
  10–19 3.59 (0.32–39.74)
  20–29 8.11 (0.50–130.68)
  30 or more 0.38 (0.0080–18.028)
Education High School or less 1.00
  Some or completed undergraduate 6.80 (0.33–140.19)
  Some or completed graduate 5.45 (0.16–189.71)
Personal income $19,999 or less 1.00
  $20,000–$59,999 0.49 (0.12–2.06)
  $60,000–$99,999 0.33 (0.054–2.03)
  $100,000 or more 0.059 (0.0030–1.23)
Ever STI diagnosis no 1.00
  yes 0.84 (0.21–3.39)
Ever taken post-exposure prophylaxis (PEP) no 1.00
  Yes 0.50 (0.071–3.44)
Used amyl nitrite (poppers) in previous 6 months No 1.00
Yes 5.64 (1.20–26.48)
Used methamphetamines or crystal meth in previous 6 months No 1.00
Yes 0.66 (0.063–6.81)
Marital status Married/common law to male or female 1.00
  Divorced/separated/widowed from male or female 0.53 (0.071–3.97)
  Single, never married 0.69 (0.16–2.98)
N = 134