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Table 4 Bivariate and multivariate associations between forced move and HIV sexual risk

From: Housing Instability and HIV Risk: Expanding our Understanding of the Impact of Eviction and Other Landlord-Related Forced Moves

  Model 1: bivariate associations Model 2: multivariate associationsa
ORb 95% CI Wald χ2 p-value AORb 95% CI Wald χ2 p-value
Unprotected sex in last 6 months 2.23 1.28–3.89 8.10 0.004 1.98 1.09–3.59 32.57 0.02
Concurrent sex in last 6 months 2.38 1.35–4.17 9.09 0.003 1.94 1.05–3.60 33.67 0.03
Perceived partner has concurrent sex in last 6 months 1.64 .95–2.84 3.18 0.07 1.38 .76–2.49 28.11 0.29
Provided sex in exchange for a place to live in the last 6 months 5.22 1.87–14.51 10.03 0.002 3.29 1.08–10.04 20.17 0.04
Sold sex for money or drugs in the last 6 months 3.63 1.64–8.01 10.20 0.001 3.28 1.35–7.95 29.43 0.009
  RRc 95% CI Pearson χ2 p-value ARRc 95% CI Pearson χ2 p-value
Composite HIV sexual risk 1.63 1.33–2.00 466.81  < 0.0001 1.46 1.18–1.81 433.35 0.0005
  1. OR odds ratio, 95% CI 95% confidence intervals, RR risk ratio
  2. aControlled for age, gender, race/ethnicity, education, income, recent drug use, homelessness, mental health diagnosis
  3. bModeled using logistic regression models
  4. cModeled using Poisson regression models