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Table 2 Independent factors associated with three categories of footwear type worn most inside the house in the previous year (Odds Ratios [95% CI])

From: Factors associated with type of footwear worn inside the house: a cross-sectional study

Category Risk Factor Unadjusted p Value Adjusteda p Value
Protective >Year 10 Education 1.70 [1.06–2.72] 0.027* 1.78 [1.06–2.99] 0.028*
Past Specialist Treatment 3.28 [1.23–8.76] 0.018* 5.06 [1.75–14.63] 0.003*
Non-protective Age (year) 1.03 [1.02–1.04] < 0.001* 1.03 [1.02–1.04] < 0.001*
No footwear Age (year) 0.97 [0.96–0.98] < 0.001* 0.97 [0.96–0.98] < 0.001*
Socioeconomic Status   0.021*   0.028*
Least disadvantaged 1.00   1.00  
Second least disadvantaged 1.09 [0.62–1.92] 0.775 1.05 [0.56–1.94] 0.888
Middle 0.94 [0.56–1.57] 0.797 0.89 [0.52–1.53] 0.666
Second most disadvantaged 0.57 [0.31–1.04] 0.066 0.52 [0.27–1.01] 0.052
Most disadvantaged 0.57 [0.34–0.93] 0.024* 0.55 [0.34–0.91] 0.019*
  1. aAdjusted for age, sex, socio-economic status and geographical remoteness *p < 0.05; Missing: Excluded missing cases