Table 4

Associations with psychiatric disorder from stepwise logistic regression models: only retained variables shown

Model 1

OR

95%CI

p value

N

R2


Moved in last 5 years

Yes

1


Gender

No

0.21

0.07-0.62

0.01

128

0.21


Men

1


Women

0.35

0.14-0.86

0.02


Friendship network

Low

1


High

0.35

0.14-0.84

0.02


Relative network

Low

1


High

0.46

0.2-1.07

0.07


Confiding relationships

Low

1


High

0.42

0.18-1.0

0.05


Physical health sf12

Poor/fair

1


Good/excellent

0.48

0.18-1.32

0.15


Employment in UK

No

1


Yes

0.21

0.04-1.23

0.08


Model 2


Choice over move

Own choice or not moved

1

137

0.2


Gender

Other's choice

2.64

1.16-5.98

0.02


Men

1


Women

0.5

0.22-1.16

0.11


Friendship network

Low

1


High

0.34

0.15-0.79

0.01


Relative network

Low

1


High

0.48

0.21-1.09

0.08


Confiding relationships

Low

1


High

0.43

0.19-0.99

0.05


Physical health sf12

Poor/fair

1


Good/excellent

0.41

0.16-1.05

0.06


On job seekers allowance

No

1


Yes

1.97

0.84-4.61

0.12


Stepwise logistic regression models; psychiatric disorder as an outcome. Modelled by forward entry if significant to a p < 0.2 level. Variables entered including age, gender, discrimination score, networks as binary variables using median split (relatives, friendship and confiding and emotional relationships), physical health using median split on the SF12, employment in the UK (yes/no), on benefits (job seekers' allowance, or income support, marital state (single, married, sep/widowed/divorced), legal status (asylum seeker/refugee status), tenure (temporary/permanent), period living in the UK, index of multiple deprivation of the current address and trauma history (yes/no).

Bhui et al. BMC International Health and Human Rights 2012 12:4   doi:10.1186/1472-698X-12-4

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