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Table 4 Multivariable Poisson regression for mental health outcomes and its association with substance using classes

From: Delineating patterns of sexualized substance use and its association with sexual and mental health outcomes among young gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men in Singapore: a latent class analysis

  Ever contemplated suicide (n = 308) Depression severity
PR 95% CI aPR 95% CI β 95% CI 95% CI
Age 0.96 (0.93, 1.00) 0.96 (0.93, 0.99) −0.41 (−0.66, −0.15) −0.39 (−0.65, −0.14)
Chinese ethnicity (Ref = Non-Chinese) 0.87 (0.72, 1.04) 0.87 (0.72, 1.04) −1.92 (−3.43, − 0.40) −1.86 (−3.37, − 0.34)
Cisgender male (Ref = Transgender, genderqueer, or others) 0.89 (0.69, 1.15) 0.88 (0.69, 1.14) −2.48 (−4.55, − 0.42) −2.13 (−4.22, − 0.04)
Gay (Ref = Bisexual, queer, or others) 1.04 (0.88, 1.24) 1.06 (0.89, 1.26) −0.55 (−1.7, − 0.69) 0.04 (− 1.22, 1.31)
Monthly household income ≥ SGD5000 (Ref < SGD5000) 1.00 (0.86, 1.18) 1.02 (0.87, 1.20) 0.33 (− 0.83, 1.50) 0.69 (− 0.48, 1.86)
Classes
 Substance-naïve Ref Ref Ref Ref Ref Ref Ref Ref
 Substance-novice 1.12 (0.94, 1.33) 1.16 (0.97, 1.38) −0.52 (−1.81, 0.78) − 0.11 (− 1.43, 1.21)
 Chemsex 1.61 (1.31, 1.99) 1.64 (1.33, 2.03) 3.51 (0.66, 6.36) 3.69 (0.87, 6.51)
  1. Notes
  2. Abbreviations: CI Confidence Interval, PR Prevalence Ratio, aPR Adjusted Prevalence Ratio, β Unadjusted Coefficient, Adjusted Coefficient
  3. Statistically significant (p < 0.05) are highlighted in bold font