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Table 3 The effect of military (versus civilian) and perceived mental health on felt stigma

From: Stigma doesn’t discriminate: physical and mental health and stigma in Canadian military personnel and Canadian civilians

Predictor Model 1 Model 2a Model 3b
O.R. 95% C.I. p O.R. 95% C.I. p O.R. 95% C.I. p
Population 1.98 [0.62; 6.26] .25 1.80 [0.56; 5.74] .32 1.57 [0.52; 4.74] .43
Physical Health 0.64 [0.43; 0.96] .03 0.62 [0.41; 0.93] .02 0.65 [0.42; 0.98] .04
Mental Health 0.79 [0.51; 1.22] .28 0.74 [0.49; 1.12] .15 0.76 [0.51; 1.14] .18
Population x Physical Health 0.88 [0.52; 1.50] .65 0.90 [0.53; 1.53] .70 0.85 [0.50; 1.43] .53
Population x Mental Health 0.87 [0.49; 1.55] .64 0.93 [0.91; 1.25] .40 1.04 [0.64; 1.70] .87
Mental Health x Physical Health 1.05 [0.80; 1.25] .97 1.07 [0.91; 1.25] .84 1.07 [0.91; 1.26] .39
Population x Mental Health x Physical Health 1.00 [0.37; 2.26] .85 0.98 [0.79; 1.21] .84 0.99 [0.80; 1.21] .89
  1. aAdjusted for socio-demographic characteristics: sex, age, marital status, education, ethnicity, income
  2. bAdjusted for socio-demographic characteristics, disability, and mental health: depression, distress, alcohol dependence, panic disorder, social phobia and suicidal ideation