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Table 2 General Health. Slope index of inequality for participants in the Health on Equal Term survey according to sex, income and education: 2006, 2010 and 2014

From: Widespread and widely widening? Examining absolute socioeconomic health inequalities in northern Sweden across twelve health indicators

OutcomeMenWomen
200620102014200620102014
SRH
 Income SII (CI)27.55 (24.35, 30.75)29.66 (27.01, 32.3)30.91 (27.58, 34.24)23.67 (20.51, 26.82)29.33 (26.81, 31.86)31.53 (28.42, 34.64)
 P trend income0.47< 0.01
 Education SII (CI)18.37 (14.69, 22.06)21.44 (18.57, 24.31)16.32 (12.85, 19.8)26.46 (22.98, 29.95)24.74 (21.99, 27.5)21.74 (18.41, 25.08)
 P trend education0.640.02
SRDH
 Income SII (CI)23.14 (19.92, 26.36)21.17 (18.56, 21.78)21.6 (18.24, 24.96)13.26 (10.35, 16.17)15.03 (12.78, 17.29)15.88 (13.04, 18.71)
 P trend income0.100.71
 Education SII (CI)12.89 (9.16, 16.62)16.81 (13.98, 19.64)12.58 (9.07, 16.08)15.97 (12.75, 19.18)13.7 (11.22, 16.17)10.38 (7.4, 3.37)
 P trend education0.42< 0.01
Overweight
 Income SII (CI)−10.43 (−13.77, −7.08)−5.08 (−7.86, −2.31)−7.26 (−10.77, −3.75)1.47 (−1.86, 4.79)5.1 (2.35, 7.85)7.14 (3.64, 10.64)
 P trend income0.070.05
 Education SII (CI)9.94 (6.16, 13.73)13.46 (10.51, 16.41)13.16 (9.58, 16.74)17.44 (13.74, 21.14)14.6 (11.66, 17.54)15.54 (11.96, 19.13)
 P trend education0.440.10
  1. 1All estimates are age-adjusted