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Table 6 Statement response predicators

From: Irish general practitioner attitudes toward decriminalisation and medical use of cannabis: results from a national survey

  Category Variable Beta Exp (B) p value 95% CI
lower upper
Cannabis should be decriminalised Agree Female −1.084 0.338 <0.0001 0.19 0.602
Cannabis should be legalised for medical use Agree Female −0.553 0.575 0.017 0.365 0.907
Cannabis has a role to play in pain management Agree Female −0.644 0.525 0.003 0.343 0.805
Agree Non-deprived area 0.447 1.564 0.041 1.018 2.403
Disagree Not level 1 −0.706 0.494 0.049 0.244 0.998
Cannabis can have a role in the treatment of multiple sclerosis Agree Female −0.472 0.624 0.019 0.42 0.926
Disagree Aged 30–50 years 1.063 2.895 0.013 1.257 6.668
Cannabis can have a role in palliative care Agree Female −0.91 0.402 <0.0001 0.255 0.636
  1. Multi-nominal logistic regression analysis; reference category is neutral response