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Table 2 Logistic regression, desire to access and physical access to PHR in the Greater Region

From: Socioeconomic and behavioural factors associated with access to and use of Personal Health Records

Outcomes Desire to access their PHR Have physical access to PHR
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
Country
(Ref. group: Belgium)
 Germany 0.915 (0.319, 2.623)   
 France 1.746 (0.676, 4.51) 4.444 (0.157, 12.57)
 Luxembourg 3.014*** (1.557, 5.834) 1.263 (0.554, 2.878)
Gender
(Ref. group: Male)
 Female 2.139*** (1.357, 3.372) 0.705 (0.342, 1.451)
Age
(Ref. group: 18–15)
 36–65 0.911 (0.525, 1.581) 1.784 (0.717, 4.443)
 Over 65 0.487* (0.240, 0.987) 3.000 (0.873, 10.31)
Partnership status
(Ref. group: not living in a couple)
 Living in a couple 1.214 (0.578, 2.547) 1.178 (0.453, 3.066)
Migration status
(Ref. group: born in the Greater Region)
 Not born in the Greater Region 0.430*** (0.230, 0.806) 2.587* (1.087, 6.158)
Employment status
(Ref. group: employed)
 Not employed 0.825 (0.406, 1.68) 0.561 (0.153, 2.058)
Chronic disease
(Ref. group: Living with a chronic disease)
 No 0.984 (0.606, 1.597) 1.330 (0.604, 2.928)
Perception of income
(Ref. group: difficult/very difficult)
 Coping/comfortable 1.866** (1.112, 3.129) 2.561* (1.060, 6.188)
Education
(Ref. group: secondary and less)
 University and above 2.351*** (1.364, 4.052) 1.267 (0.592, 2.712)
 Social network 1025 (0.918, 1.146) 0.959 (0.570, 1.074)
  1. Bold values indicate P < 0.05
  2. P < 0.10; *P < 0.05; **P < 0.01; ***P < 0.001