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Table 6 Factors affecting driving and medication-taking behavior of respondents taking medications that prohibit driving

From: Factors influencing changes in medication-taking and driving behavior after warnings about prescription medications that prohibit driving: an online survey

  Coefficient Standard error p-value Odds ratio EXP (B) 95% confidence interval
     Lower limit Upper limit
Side effects (yes, no [2 categories]) 0.126 0.246 0.61 1.134 0.7 1.837
Driving for work (yes, no [2 categories]) −1.104 0.361 0.002** 0.332 0.164 0.672
Health literacy 0.013 0.017 0.44 1.014 0.979 1.049
Junior high school education (reference)
 High school education 1.779 1.219 0.144 5.925 0.544 64.579
 Vocational school/junior college education 0.114 0.263 0.667 1.12 0.668 1.878
 University or higher education −0.045 0.323 0.888 0.956 0.507 1.8
 Gender (male = reference) 0.129 0.243 0.596 1.137 0.707 1.83
Age 20–29 years (reference)       
Age 30–39 years 0.271 0.437 0.536 1.311 0.556 3.089
Age 40–49 years 0.439 0.43 0.307 1.551 0.668 3.601
Age 50–59 years 0.064 0.431 0.882 1.066 0.458 2.48
Age 60–69 years 0.75 0.434 0.084 2.118 0.904 4.962
Age 70–79 years 0.254 0.469 0.589 1.289 0.514 3.232
  1. **p < 0.01