X Variable

min

max

mean^{c}

SD^{c}

N

B^{d}

SE^{e}

p^{f}

SRR change per SD^{g}

L95CL^{h}

U95CL^{h}


(Constant)
    
92

2.160

0.444

0.000
   
Occupation Risk Indigenous

0.006

1.446

0.770

0.521

92

7.598

0.780

0.000

3.962

3.154

4.770

Industry Risk LabourForce

0.448

0.900

0.708

0.102

92

1.436

0.390

0.000

0.146

0.067

0.225

Employed

0.380

0.734

0.572

0.083

92

−3.796

0.765

0.000

−0.316

−0.442

−0.189

High School Indigenous

0.005

0.871

0.405

0.279

92

−11.362

1.949

0.000

−3.168

−4.249

−2.087

University Degree Indigenous

0.000

0.149

0.032

0.032

92

38.779

7.082

0.000

1.246

0.793

1.698

 Multivariable model statistics: R^{2} = 0.912, F = 177.632, p <0.001

^{a}Three population groups (total, Indigenous onreserve and Indigenous offreserve) divided by 16 HSDAs and 2 time periods (1998–2003 and 2004–2008)

^{b}The dependent (Y) variable is SRR of hospitalization due to intentional injury, and regression is weighted by personyears

^{c}Unweighted mean and standard deviation (SD) of the independent (X) variable

^{d}B = regression coefficient

^{e}SE = standard error of the regression coefficient

^{f}p = probability that B = 0

^{g}SRR change per SD = BxSD. One SD change in the independent variable is associated with absolute change in the Standardized Relative Risk of injury by this amount

^{h}95% confidence limits of the SRR change per SD