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Table 2 Risk factors for victimisation-related injury admission: multivariable analyses (incidence rate ratios and 95% confidence limits)

From: Cross-country comparison of victimisation-related injury admission in children and adolescents in England and Western Australia

Age group (years) Factors Multivariable (no interactions)
IRR (95%CI)
<3y    
Western Australia 1.35 (1.22, 1.50)
Year of age 0.6 (0.58, 0.63)
Female 0.8 (0.75, 0.86)
2nd least deprived 1.04 (0.91, 1.19)
3 1.65 (1.46, 1.86)
4 2.74 (2.44, 3.08)
Most deprived 5.82 (5.2, 6.52)
3 – 10    
Western Australia 0.99 (0.86, 1.14)
Year of age 0.96 (0.94, 0.98)
Female 0.62 (0.57, 0.69)
2nd least deprived 1.09 (0.92, 1.29)
3 1.58 (1.34, 1.86)
4 2.61 (2.23, 3.06)
Most deprived 4.84 (4.15, 5.63)
11 – 15    
Western Australia 0.92 (0.82, 1.03)
Year of age 1.72 (1.65, 1.79)
Female 1.01 (0.91, 1.13)
2nd least deprived 1.06 (0.88, 1.26)
3 1.42 (1.19, 1.7)
4 1.98 (1.66, 2.35)
Most deprived 3.28 (2.77, 3.89)
16 – 17    
Western Australia 1.84 (1.57, 2.15)
Year of age 1.14 (0.98, 1.33)
Female 0.53 (0.45, 0.62)
2nd least deprived 0.94 (0.74, 1.21)
3 1.26 (0.99, 1.61)
4 1.6 (1.25, 2.03)
Most deprived 2.58 (2.03, 3.28)
  1. IRR = incidence rate ratio.
  2. Overall p-value <0.001 for all models.