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Table 3 The association of fair/poor self-rated health with social structure, behavioral/attitudinal and psychosocial variables among women a, b

From: Gender differences in predictors of self-rated health in Armenia: a population-based study of an economy in transition

Variable/category     Model 1     Model 2 Model 3 (Final Model: n=2310, valid n=1606)
  OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Age (years) 1.06 1.05–1.07 1.06 1.05–1.06 1.05 1.04–1.06
Employment 0.60 0.47–0.76 0.70 0.54–0.91 0.72 0.53–0.99
Education       
 Less than school (<10 years) 1.30 0.85–1.98 0.82 0.52–1.28 0.60 0.34–1.05
 Secondary (10–13 years) 1.53 1.21–1.94 1.18 0.92–1.53 1.21 0.90–1.64
 University or more (ref.) 1.00   1.00   1.00  
Poverty       
 Severe 2.16 1.70–2.74 1.82 1.41–2.34 1.40 1.01–1.94
 Moderate 1.30 1.05–1.62 1.17 0.93–1.46 1.16 0.88–1.53
 No poverty (ref.) 1.00   1.00   1.00  
Low affordability of healthcare 2.49 1.82–3.41 2.14 1.55–2.95 1.95 1.28–2.98
Depression 3.36 2.66–4.25    2.75 2.14–3.53
Weak social support 2.30 1.80–2.94    1.90 1.42–2.56
Positive toward healthy lifestyle 0.90 0.74–1.08     
Hosmer& Lemeshow goodness of fit test p=0.390
Area under ROC curve 0.780
Pseudo R 2 0.179
  1. a Odds ratios (OR) with 95% confidence intervals (CI).
  2. b Model 1: controlled for age. Model 2: controlled for significant variables in social structure (age, employment, education, poverty, low affordability of healthcare). Model 3: controlled for significant variables in all three dimensions. Final Model: fitted model.