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Table 1 Effect of socio-demographic factors on GP registration, showing odd ratios and significance level

From: Access to and utilisation of GP services among Burmese migrants in London: a cross-sectional descriptive study

Socio-demographic   GP registration Number (%) Odd ratios 95% Confident
factors   Yes No   Interval
Age 35 and above 44 (40.7%) 5
(17.9%)
3.16 1.12-8.93
  Under 35 64 (59.3%) 23
(82.1%)
1  
Education level Graduate and postgraduate 76 (72.4%) 12 (52.2%) 2.40 0.95-6.06
  Under graduate 29 (27.6%) 11
(47.8%)
1  
Been in a foreign country for more Yes 36 (34.6%) 2 (7.7%) 6.35 1.42-28.42
than a month apart from UK No 68 (65.4%) 24 (92.3%) 1  
Immigration status Others 67 (62.0%) 4
(14.3%)
9.81 3.18-30.28
  Asylum seekers, overstayers and students (6 month) 41 (37.9%) 24 (85.7%) 1  
National Insurance Number Have 101 (93.5%) 16 (57.1%) 10.82 3.71-31.58
  Do not have 7 (6.5%) 12 (42.9%) 1  
English listening Skill Understand very well and well 60 (55.6%) 9
(32.1%)
2.64 1.10-6.36
  Understand fairly and poorly 48 (44.4%) 19 (67.9%) 1  
English speaking skill (general) Speak very well and well 54 (50.0%) 7
(25.0%)
3.0 1.12-7.64
  Speak fairly and poorly 54 (50.0%) 21 (75.0%) 1  
English speaking Skill (regarding Can express illness very well and well 42 (39.6%) 5
(17.9%)
3.02 1.06-8.56
illness) Can express illness fairly and poorly 64 (60.4%) 23 (82.1%) 1