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Table 3 Logistic regression analyses, univariable and multivariable

From: Patient characteristics in a return to work programme for common mental disorders: a cross-sectional study

  Univariable Multivariable
OR 95 % C.I. Sig. OR 95 % C.I. Sig.
Higher age 1.67 1.26–2.21 0.000*** 1.12 0.70–1.79 0.636
Living with partner 2.18 1.30–3.67 0.003** 0.96 0.41–2.28 0.930
Living with children 2.60 1.37–4.96 0.004** 1.28 0.44–3.70 0.650
Present work participation 22.29 11.76–42.25 0.000*** 18.25 7.18–46.36 0.000***
Higher income 2.55 1.99–3.28 0.000*** 1.47 0.99–2.19 0.054
History of psychiatric hospitalization 0.14 0.05–0.39 0.000*** 0.06 0.00–0.92 0.043*
Treated in child and adolescent outpatient clinic 0.37 0.15–0.91 0.031* 0.45 0.10–1.96 0.284
Treated in adult outpatient clinic 0.54 0.30–0.95 0.034* 2.18 0.64–7.43 0.214
Present medication for psychiatric problems 0.53 0.32–0.87 0.013* 0.83 0.33–2.09 0.686
Presently using antipsychotics 0.06 0.01–0.26 0.000*** 0.17 0.02–1.19 0.074
Presently using anxiolytics 0.23 0.10–0.55 0.001** 0.38 0.10–1.41 0.146
Severe CORE-OM score 0.32 0.15–0.69 0.004** 0.45 0.12–1.71 0.242
Diagnosed with CMD 7.68 3.83–15.39 0.000*** 2.98 1.04–8.52 0.042*
Higher GAF function 1.03 1.00–1.06 0.022* 0.98 0.93–1.03 0.413
Higher GAF symptom 1.06 1.03–1.10 0.001** 1.05 0.98–1.12 0.189
  1. The dependent variable is patient group (regular outpatient or RTW). Odds ratio (OR) for being treated in RTW. OR above one indicating higher probability of being treated in the RTW clinic
  2. *Sig. p <0.05 **Sig. p <0.01 ***Sig. p <0.001