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Table 3 Coverage and odds ratios for a visit according to labour market status.

From: Employment status and differences in the one-year coverage of physician visits: different needs or unequal access to services?

Labour market status Coverage(1) Adjustments
   None + socio-demographics (2) (2) + perceived health (3) (2) + disease (4)
Employed      
   Permanent full-time 94% 1 1 1 1
   Permanent part-time 95% 1.28 (0.85–1.93) 0.99 (0.65–1.52) 0.86 (0.56–1.32) 0.82 (0.57–1.18)
   Fixed-term full-time 91% 0.68 (0.56–0.83) 0.67 (0.55–0.83) 0.64 (0.51–0.79) 0.66 (0.54–0.79)
   Fixed-term part-time 89% 0.58 (0.43–0.84) 0.51 (0.35–0.74) 0.46 (0.31–0.68) 0.47 (0.33–0.66)
Unemployed      
   Short-term 92% 0.73 (0.48–1.08) 0.69 (0.46–1.04) 0.60 (0.40–0.91) 0.63 (0.43–0.93)
   Prolonged 87% 0.48 (0.32–0.73) 0.47 (0.31–0.71) 0.35 (0.23–0.54) 0.43 (0.29–0.63)
   Long-term 80% 0.28 (0.19–0.40) 0.29 (0.20–0.43) 0.22 (0.15–0.33) 0.25 (0.18–0.36)
  1. (95% confidence intervals without adjustments, with adjustment for socio-demographic factors and with adjustments for health and for disease)
  2. (1) Per cent of respondents with one or more physician visits during the previous twelve months in a public health centre or occupational health care or private services or hospital outpatient clinic or dental services
  3. (2) Gender, age and further education
  4. (3) Self-rated health, breathlessness and depression
  5. (4) Self-reported disease diagnosed by a physician
  6. Interactions with labour market status of the variables included in model (2) + (3):
  7. age, p = 0.103
  8. self-rated health, p = 0.997
  9. sex, p = 0.446
  10. breathlessness, p = 0.499
  11. education, p = 0.398
  12. depression, p = 0.315