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From: Pathways to, and use of, sexual healthcare among Black Caribbean sexual health clinic attendees in England: evidence from cross-sectional bio-behavioural surveys

Fig. 1

Comparison of reasons for attendance, by ethnic group. Multiple reasons could apply. Adjusted Odds Ratios, adjusted for variables which were statistically significant at p < 0.05 in Table 1. aFor the ethnic comparison among women: the following binary variables: born in UK, education, sexual orientation, > 5/5+ partners in past 12 months (other sexual partner number variables were omitted due to likely covariance). bFor the ethnic comparison among men: age as a continuous variable, and the following binary variables: born in UK, education, employment, sexual orientation, reporting regular but uncommitted partner(s). Additional file 2 provides the data used in Fig. 1 including within ethnic group comparisons by gender, and Additional file 3 provides detailed data on other ethnic groups

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