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Table 3 Moderating effects of work factors on exposure to the bomb explosion and subsequent sickness absence

From: Effects of exposure to workplace terrorism on subsequent doctor certified sickness absence, and the modifying role of psychological and social work factors: a combined survey and register study

 Binomial logistic regressionaNegative binomial regressiona
OR95% CIP-valueRR95% CIP-value
Exp*role clarity  0.012  0.183
Effect of exposure if role clarity is:
 Low1.17[0.79–1.75]0.4331.69[1.11–2.57]0.014
 Average1.50[1.06–2.13]0.0231.49[1.05–2.11]0.027
 High2.13[1.37–3.31]< 0.0011.24[0.82–1.87]0.313
Exp*role conflict0.65[0.40–1.05]0.0781.51[0.92–2.48]0.102
Effect of exposure if role conflict is:
 Low1.90[1.21–2.98]0.0051.11[0.90–1.29]0.402
 Average1.52[1.07–2.15]0.0181.37[0.97–1.93]0.078
 High1.22[0.82–1.82]0.3191.67[1.11–2.51]0.013
Exp*ctrl decision1.42[0.87–2.32]0.1650.86[0.53–1.41]0.558
Effect of exposure if control of decision is:
 Low1.21[0.80–1.83]0.3741.56[1.05–2.32]0.029
 Average1.49[1.05–2.12]0.0251.43[1.00–2.05]0.053
 High1.77[1.12–2.82]0.0161.33[0.82–2.16]0.253
Exp*ctrl work pace  0.511  0.022
Effect of exposure if control of work pace is:
 Low1.52[1.04–2.22]0.0321.61[1.11–2.34]0.012
 Average1.40[0.98–2.00]0.0681.14[0.77–1.67]0.520
 High1.32[0.86–2.03]0.2040.90[0.54–1.49]0.681
Exp*support superior1.44[0.98–2.12]0.0620.74[0.52–1.07]0.108
Effect of exposure if support from immediate superior is:
 Low1.25[0.87–1.81]0.2411.53[1.05–2.21]0.025
 Average1.51[1.07–2.14]0.0201.31[0.93–1.84]0.128
 High1.80[1.18–2.74]0.0061.13[0.76–1.70]0.543
Exp*Support co-workers1.40[0.90–2.18]0.1400.69[0.46–1.03]0.071
Effect of exposure if support from co-workers is:
 Low1.26[0.85–1.85]0.2501.60[1.09–2.35]0.017
 Average1.51[1.06–2.14]0.0221.31[0.92–1.85]0.136
 High1.76[1.13–2.72]0.0121.10[0.72–1.68]0.655
  1. OR odds ratio
  2. RR rate ratio
  3. a All work factors were analyzed in separate models adjusted for sex, age, and education