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Table 6 Model results

From: Factors determining family planning in Catalonia. Sources of inequity

  RR (95%CI)1
AGE  
Aqeq1 (15–25) 1
Ageq2 (26–31) 0.9779 (0,7521 – 1.2485)
Ageq3 (32–38) 0.8544 (0.6477 – 1.1043)
Ageq4 (39–49) 0.7977 (0.5899 – 1.0502)
SEX  
male 1
female 0.8954 (0.6711- 1.1724)
ORIGIN  
Native 1
European Union 1.3619 (0.7237 – 2.226)
Eastern Europe 0.8820 (0.3334 – 1.7408)
Central and South America 1.1707 (0.7921 – 1.6478)
North Africa 0.6332 (0.3947 – 0.9369)
Sub-Saharan Africa 0.6141 (0.3342 – 0.9805)
Asia 0.2949 (0.1202 – 0.5580)
EDUCATION  
Primary 1
Secondary 1.3059 (1.0028 – 1.6807)
University 1.3929 (1.0302 – 1.8460)
Interaction sex*origin  
Male and native? 1
Female and European Union 0.9433392 (0.4328 – 1.8276)
Female and Eastern Europe 0.9045 (0.2802 – 2.2907)
Female and Central and South America 0.9740 (0.5902 – 1.5213)
Female and North Africa 1.1367 (0.5794 – 2.0090)
Female and sub-Saharan Africa 1.4626 (0.4911 – 3.2330)
Female and Asia 3.3542 (1.1195 – 8.0612)
Children over 14  
NO 1
YES 1.3535 (1.0917 – 1.6564)
Self-perceived health  
Poor 1
Normal 0.8468 (0.6303 – 1.1466)
Good 0.8808 (0.6835 – 1.1610)
Very good 0.8951 (0.6816)
Excellent 1.0960 (0.7763 – 1.5374)
Number of chronic illnesses  
None 1
One 1.1264 (0.8722 – 1.4206)
More than one 1.0289 (0.6353 – 1.5214)
Individual heterogeneity (sd)2 0.010427554
DIC 1491.48
Effective number of parameters 26.68
-log(mean(cpo)) 0.8586142
  1. 1 Mean (95% Credible Interval) 2 Mean (Standard Deviation).