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Table 4 Factors associated with psy-IPV. Inverse probability of treatment weights (IPTW) used based on propensity scores

From: Correlates of psychological intimate partner violence with HIV care outcomes on patients in HIV care

  IPTW with propensity score including age, site, race/ethnicity only IPTW with propensity score including age, site, race/ethnicity, substance use, depression
Characteristic OR for IPV (95% CI),p-value OR for IPV (95% CI),p-value
Female 1.20 (0.95,1.51),0.1 1.24 (0.96,1.60),0.1
VL > 400 1.43 (1.15,1.78),0.001 1.21 (0.94,1.57),0.1
Depression 2.63 (2.18,3.18),< 0.001 NA
ART use 0.73 (0.55,0.97),0.03 0.86 (0.62,1.18),0.3
Methamphetamine/crystal use 2.98 (2.30,3.87),< 0.001 NA
Cocaine/crack use 1.57 (1.24,1.99),< 0.001 NA
Illicit opioid use 1.56 (1.13,2.16),0.007 NA
Marijuana use 1.40 (1.15,1.70),0.001 NA
Alcohol use 1.04 (0.86,1.27),0.7 NA
Binge alcohol use 1.18 (0.98,1.43),0.09 NA
Heterosexuala 0.87 (0.71,1.06),0.2 0.87 (0.69,1.09),0.2
Outcome Coeff for IPV (95%CI),p-value Coeff for IPV (95%CI),p-value
CD4 13.1 (−20.0,46.3),0.4 −3.6 (−40.5,33.3),0.8
ART adherence (VAS) −4.2 (−5.9,-2.4),< 0.001 −1.5 (− 3.1,-0.2),0.047
Ageb − 3.2 (− 4.1,-2.3),< 0.001 NA
  1. Abbreviations: ART antiretroviral therapy; IPV intimate partner violence; VAS visual analog scale; VL viral load
  2. Note: due to missing data, N for larger propensity score was 5422 with 490 IPV
  3. aHomosexual or bisexual reference
  4. bNot weighted, adjusted for age and race/ethnicity