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Table 5 Coverage and odds ratios.

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

  Public health centre Occupational health care Private services
Labour market status Coverage (1) Odds ratio Coverage (1) Odds ratio Coverage (1) Odds ratio
Employed       
   Permanent full-time 43% 1 58% 1 37% 1
   Permanent part-time 59% 1.56 (1.27–1.91) 41% 0.45 (0.37–0.55) 38% 0.83 (0.67–1.02)
   Fixed-term full-time 54% 1.47 (1.30–1.67) 42% 0.52 (0.46–0.59) 30% 0.73 (0.64–0.84)
   Fixed-term part-time 62% 1.74 (1.36–2.23) 24% 0.22 (0.17–0.29) 29% 0.62 (0.45–0.81)
Unemployed       
   Short-term 68% 2.34 (1.81–3.03) 23% 0.22 (0.17–0.29) 27% 0.59 (0.45–0.77)
   Prolonged 69% 2.16 (1.59–2.95) 9% 0.06 (0.04–0.10) 25% 0.52 (0.37–0.74)
   Long-term 62% 1.63 (1.19–2.25) 7% 0.05 (0.03–0.08) 16% 0.32 (0.21–0.49)
  Hospital outpatient clinic Dental care   
Labour market status Coverage (1) Odds ratio Coverage (1) Odds ratio   
Employed       
   Permanent full-time 26% 1 66% 1   
   Permanent part-time 34% 1.06 (0.85–1.32) 65% 0.84 (0.68–1.03)   
   Fixed-term full-time 24% 0.90 (0.78–1.04) 56% 0.77 (0.68–0.88)   
   Fixed-term part-time 30% 1.04 (0.79–1.36) 55% 0.69 (0.54–0.88)   
Unemployed       
   Short-term 36% 1.27 (0.97–1.65) 62% 0.92 (0.72–1.18)   
   Prolonged 36% 1.13 (0.83–1.55) 57% 0.75 (0.56–1.01)   
   Long-term 39% 1.20 (0.86–1.68) 48% 0.47 (0.34–0.64)   
  1. Coverage and odds ratios (95 % confidence intervals adjusted for gender, age, further education, self-rated health, breathlessness and depression) for a visit according to labour market status and service sector.
  2. (1) Per cent of respondents with one or more physician visits during the previous twelve months