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Table 6 Coverage and odds ratios.

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

  Cardiorespiratory disease Musculoskeletal disease
Labour market status Primary health care Hospital outpatient clinic Primary health care Hospital outpatient clinic
  Coverage (1) Odds ratio Coverage (1) Odds ratio Coverage (1) Odds ratio Coverage (1) Odds ratio
Employed         
   Permanent full-time 93% 1 37% 1 91% 1 36% 1
   Permanent part-time 94% 0.89 (0.44–1.79) 47% 1.36 (0.96–1.94) 89% 0.69 (0.42–1.15) 43% 1.25 (0.91–1.72)
   Fixed-term full-time 85% 0.46 (0.31–0.67) 37% 1.00 (0.76–1.32) 89% 0.77 (0.51–1.16) 38% 1.07 (0.82–1.40)
   ixed-term part-time 85% 0.38 (0.20–0.73) 40% 1.06 (0.66–1.71) 84% 0.49 (0.27–0.91) 44% 1.33 (0.85–2.09)
Unemployed         
   Short-term 92% 0.71 (0.32–1.60) 43% 1.26 (0.78–2.03) 84% 0.46 (0.34–0.88) 51% 1.49 (0.92–2.42)
   Prolonged 83% 0.33 (0.17–0.65) 48% 1.51 (0.90–2.53) 94% 1.50 (0.54–4.17) 45% 1.33 (0.80–2.20)
   Long-term 85% 0.38 (0.19–0.75) 50% 1.57 (0.96–2.58) 81% 0.48 (0.25–0.92) 55% 2.27 (1.37–3.76)
  1. Coverage and odds ratios (95 % confidence intervals adjusted for gender, age and further education) for a visit in primary health care (public health centre or occupational health care or private services) and in hospital outpatient clinic according to labour market status in participants having a cardiorespiratory disease and in participants having a musculoskeletal disease diagnosed by a physician.
  2. (1) Per cent of respondents with one or more physician visits during the previous twelve months