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Table 7 Crude and adjusted Poisson regression analysis of the dichotomized Interpersonal Relations and Social Role domains of surveyed Venezuelan immigrants in Lima, Peru (N = 143)

From: Association between time of residence and self-perception of distress, interpersonal relationships, and social role in Venezuelan immigrants in Lima, Peru 2018–19: mixed-methods study

Interpersonal Relations
  Crude Analysis Adjusted Statistic Modela Adjusted Epidemiological Modelb
Variables PR CI (95%) p-value* PR CI (95%) Valor p* PR CI (95%) p-value*
Age (each additional year) 0.93 0.86–1.00 0.060 0.94 0.87–1.02 0.133 0.94 0.87–1.02 0.164
Civil status
 Without partner 1.00 Ref Ref 1.00 Ref Ref 1.00 Ref Ref
 With partner 0.17 0.02–1.20 0.075 0.22 0.29–1.67 0.143 0.22 0.03–1.80 0.158
Months in Peru 0.97 0.88–1.07 0.592 0.97 0.88–1.07 0.609 0.97 0.88–1.07 0.581
Social Role
  Crude Analysis Adjusted Statistic Modela Adjusted Epidemiological Modelb
Variables PR CI (95%) p-value* PR CI (95%) p-value* PR IC (95%) Valor p*
Age (each additional year) 1.02 1.00–1.05 0.033 1.03 1.00–1.05 0.033 1.03 1.00–1.07 0.076
Months in Peru 1.01 0.95–1.08 0.710 1.01 0.95–1.08 0.683 1.01 0.94–1.08 0.821
  1. *p < 0.050
  2. aAdjusted by the principal independent variable (months in Peru), age, and any other statistically significant variable found in the bivariate analysis
  3. bAdjusted for the confounding variables (migratory quality, monthly income, and civil status)