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Table 3 Factors associated with good health compared to poor health

From: Contribution of primary care to health: an individual level analysis from Tibet, China

Dependent variable: self-rated health OR (95 % CI) SE P-valuea
Primary care assessment total score 1.020(1.008–1.033) 0.006 0.002
Location    
 Urban -   
 Rural 1.876(1.415–2.487) 0.144 <0.001
Gender    
 Male - - -
 Female 1.078(0.821–1.415) 0.139 0.591
Age    
 18–44 years - - -
 45–59 years 1.023(0.771–1.357) 0.144 0.876
 ≥ 60 years 0.797(0.522–1.218) 0.216 0.294
Incomeb (annual household income)    
 ≤ 31400RMB -   
 > 31400RMB 0.797(0.609–1.043) 0.137 0.098
Education    
 Never attend school - - -
 Primary school 1.567(1.160–2.116) 0.153 0.003
 Junior high school and above 2.976(2.111–4.195) 0.175 <0.001
Marital status    
 Singled -   
 Married 1.319(0.988–1.762) 0.148 0.060
Depression    
 Yes -   
 No 3.961(3.057–5.130) 0.132 <0.001
Smoking    
 Current smoker - - -
 Ex-smoker 1.129(0.712–1.792) 0.236 0.606
 No smoker 1.166(0.818–1.662) 0.181 0.396
Drinking (times per week)    
 ≥ 3 - - -
 1–2 1.762(1.181–2.630) 0.204 0.006
 0 2.039(1.440–2.887) 0.177 <0.001
Exercise (times per week)    
 ≥ 3 - - -
 1–2 1.101(0.801–1.515) 0.163 0.553
 0 0.976(0.723–1.318) 0.153 0.876
  1. Poor health: people with low self-rated health (neutral, poor or very poor)
  2. Good health: people with high self-rated health (very good, good)
  3. SE standard error, OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval
  4. a P-value by multiple logistic regression analysis. Significance level is 0.05
  5. bAverage annual household income was 31400 RMB among the participants