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Table 7 Relative risks predicted by the best-fitting multivariable regression model

From: Intentional injury among the indigenous and total populations in British Columbia, Canada: trends over time and ecological analyses of risk

X Variable Total Population Off-Reserve Indigenous On-Reserve Indigenous
Meana Meana Differenceb SRR changec L95CLc U95CLc Meana Differenceb SRR changec L95CLc U95CLc
Occupation Risk Indigenous 0.046 1.178 1.132 8.60 6.84 10.35 1.135 1.089 8.28 6.59 9.96
Industry Risk Labour Force 0.660 0.760 0.100 0.14 0.07 0.22 0.679 0.019 0.03 0.01 0.04
Employed 0.618 0.590 −0.027 0.10 0.06 0.15 0.473 −0.145 0.55 0.33 0.77
High School Indigenous 0.036 0.658 0.622 −7.07 −9.48 −4.66 0.513 0.477 −5.42 −7.27 −3.57
University Degree Indigenous 0.009 0.066 0.057 2.20 1.40 3.00 0.028 0.019 0.74 0.47 1.01
Total (sum)     3.98      4.17   
  1. apopulation-weighted mean of the x-variable, 2001 and 2006 Census, for the specified population group
  2. bdifference between mean of the specified population group and mean of the total population
  3. cpredicted SRR change associated with the difference, calculated as (B x difference), where B is the regression coefficent in the best-fitting multivariable model