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Table 3 Logistic regression analyses predicting inconsistent condom use

From: Mental health, childhood abuse and HIV sexual risk behaviour among university students in Ivory Coast

Variable Men Women
  Crude odds ratio (95% CI) Crude odds ratio (95% CI) Adjusted odds ratio (95% CI)
Socio-demographics    
Age (years)    
18–22 1.00 1.00
23–25 1.01 (0.59–1.75) 1.16 (0.66–2.04)
26–30 1.02 (0.57–1.81) 1.42 (0.76–2.66)
Family background    
Quite poor 1.00 1.00
Not very well off 1.11 (0.65–1.88) 1.50 (0.74–3.05)
Quite well off, wealthy 1.66 (0.74–3.72) 1.42 (0.63–3.20)
Religious affiliation    
Muslim 1.00 1.00
Protestant 1.86 (0.98–3.51) 2.09 (0.97–4.52)
Catholic 1.69 (0.89–3.22) 0.98 (0.51–1.88)
Others 3.28 (1.14–9.47)* 0.97 (0.16–5.82)
Religiousness    
Organised religious activity 0.93 (0.78–1.10) 1.19 (0.97–1.45)
Non-organised religious activity 0.93 (0.82–1.05) 1.09 (0.95–1.26)
Intrinsic religiosity 0.83 (0.52–1.32) 1.22 (0.72–2.08)
Traumatic experiences    
Ever been hit by a sex partner 1.28 (0.38–4.34) 2.64 (1.00–6.05)* 5.62 (1.29–24.57)*
Ever been forced to have sex 1.53 (0.61–3.80) 1.94 (1.02–3.75)* 1.49 (0.73–3.04)
Physically abused as a child 0.96 (0.54–1.72) 1.03 (0.41–2.57)
Sexually abused as a child 3.56 (0.78–16.37) 0.81 (0.29–2.23)
Diagnosed HIV positive 0.00 0.00
Alcohol use    
Heavy episodic drinking 1.28 (0.68–2.41) 0.56 (0.17–1.80)
Alcohol use in the context of sex 1.02 (0.63–1.66) 0.84 (0.45–1.55)
Mental health    
Screened positive for depression 0.69 (0.35–1.36) 1.04 (0.54–2.01)
Screened positive for PTSD 0.89 (0.39–2.04) 1.13 (0.48–2.68)
  1. *P < .05.