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Table 2 Results of a multivariable logistic regression model estimating odds of adequate food access among people who inject drugs (n = 420)

From: Food access among people who inject drugs in West Virginia

  Unadjusted odds of adequate food access Adjusted odds of adequate food access
uOR 95% CI P value aOR 95% CI P value
Sociodemographic data       
Age (years) 0.99 0.96–1.02 0.664 0.97 0.94–1.00 0.053
Gender       
 Male Reference    Reference   
 Female 0.61 0.35–1.06 0.082 0.51 0.27–0.96 0.037
Structural factors       
Educational attainment 3.50 1.62–7.55 0.001 2.94 1.29–6.69 0.010
Considers self homeless 0.19 0.11–0.34 0.000 0.23 0.12–0.44 0.000
Arrest 0.52 0.29–0.95 0.033 0.50 0.26–0.99 0.047
Substance use       
Receptive sharing of injection equipment 0.32 0.19–0.54 0.000 0.52 0.29–0.96 0.035
Usually uses drugs alone 3.31 1.96–5.58 0.000 1.97 1.09–3.57 0.025
  1. Significant p-values (P < 0.05) are shown in bold italics
  2. All measures refer to exposure in the past 6 months, except for sociodemographic factors and education level