|Associations between injury and depression in 35,155 workers according to factors of adjustment|
|Factors of adjustment||Non-occupational injury||% excess risk explained||Occupational injury||% excess risk explained|
|Odds ratio||95% CI||Odds ratio||95% CI|
|1 Base a||1.43||1.19–1.80||1.91||1.43–2.56|
|2 Socioeconomic status b||1.37||1.10–1.73||14.0||1.78||1.34–2.37||14.3|
|3 Work-related c||1.40||1.11–1.76||7.0||1.88||1.41–2.52||3.3|
|5 Disability, comorbidity e||1.38||1.10–1.74||11.6||1.88||1.41–2.50||3.3|
|6 Self-rated health status f||1.40||1.12–1.77||7.0||1.81||1.36–2.42||11.0|
|7 Full model g||1.36||1.07–1.65||16.3||1.72||1.27–2.32||20.9|
% excess risk explained is calculated by [(OR base – OR adj)/(OR base – 1)]*100.
a adjusted for age, gender, and time.
b adjusted for factors in base model plus race, education, family income, health care accessibility, and marital status.
c adjusted for factors in base model plus occupation, work status (full time vs. part time), number of working hours per week, job tenure.
d adjusted for factors in base model plus smoking, obesity, exercise, alcohol or substance abuse problem.
e adjusted for factors in base model plus any activity limitation at work, house, or school due to medical condition, cognitive function impairment, and comorbidity.
f adjusted for factors in base model plus self-rated perceived physical, mental health status.
g Fully adjusted using risk factors from all models.
Kim BMC Public Health 2013 13:303 doi:10.1186/1471-2458-13-303