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Table 5 Adjusted odds ratio (95% CI) of variables associated with lifestyle risk factors

From: “Do as we say, not as we do?” the lifestyle behaviours of hospital doctors working in Ireland: a national cross-sectional study

Characteristic Smoking Binge Drinking Physical Inactivity
OR (CI) p OR (CI) p OR (CI) p
Age
  ≤ 30 .87 (.34–2.21) .765 4.85 (1.8–13.04) .002 .76 (.41–1.41) .378
 31–40 .60 (.26–1.35) .214 2.06 (.88–4.79) .095 1.20 (.72–2.01) .48
 41–50 .77 (.45–1.32) .336 .93 (.47–1.84) .839 1.49 (1.02–2.16) .036
  > 50 1   1   1  
Sex
 Male 1.8 (1.26–2.62) .002 7.61 (4.82–12.03) .000 .75 (.58–.97) .026
 Female 1   1   1  
Work Grade
 Consultant .55 (.26–1.17) .119 .57 (.26–1.23) .151 .54 (.35–.86) .008
 Trainee 1   1   1  
Nationality
 Irish 1 .928 1 .001 1 .116
 Non-Irish 1.02 (.62–1.68)   .25 (.11–.58)   1.31 (.94–1.83)  
Specialty
 Anaesthetics 1.07 (.59–1.96) .822 .80 (.42–1.56) .514 .57 (.34–.93) .026
 Emergency 1.94 (.94–4.01) .075 1.24 (.55–2.78) .604 1.22 (.66–2.26) .522
 Obstetrics and Gynaecology 1.45 (.70–3.02) .317 1.03 (.45–2.35) .946 1.21 (.68–2.14) .516
 Ophthalmology .98 (.27–3.57) .979 1.17 (.30–4.57) .826 1.36 (.56–3.29) .492
 Paediatrics .60 (.27–1.33) .208 .87 (.40–1.86) .709 .87 (.52–1.46) .592
 Pathology .95 (.43–2.06) .888 .68 (.28–1.66) .398 1.08 (.63–1.86) .772
 Physicians .69 (.38–1.30) .214 .49 (.26–.93) .03 1.04 (.68–1.57) .868
 Psychiatry .68 (.34–1.37) .284 .80 (.39–1.65) .54 1.22 (.77–1.93) .401
 Surgery 1   1   1  
Mean Hours Worked
  < 40 1.58 (.67–3.71) .295 1.28 (.40–4.17) .677 .70 (.38–1.30) .259
 40–80 .86 (.46–1.59) .63 1.35 (.66–2.76) .41 .56 (.36–87) .010
  > 80 1   1   1  
Marital Status
 Married or cohabitating 1   1   1  
 Single 1.76 (1.13–2.72) .012 2.30 (1.44–3.67) .000 .75 (.55–1.03) .079
 Divorced or separated 1.74 (.70–4.31) .23 2.49 (.85–7.29) .095 .52 (.28–1.21) .128