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Table 4 Multivariate models of sociodemographic and traumatic variables for reduced quality of life

From: Near-death experiences, attacks by family members, and absence of health care in their home countries affect the quality of life of refugee women in Germany: a multi-region, cross-sectional, gender-sensitive study

  OR 95% CI p
a) Quality of life (EUROHIS-QOL, all items), Outcome: mean < 3.23
 Age > 30 years 1.6 1.2–2.3 0.004
 Near-death experience 1.7 1.2–2.4 0.001
 Mission/residence in war zone 0.7 0.5–1 0.04
 Attack by a family member 2 1.3–3.1 0.001
Hosmer-Lemeshow ns, ROC for prediction 0.64    
b) Health satisfaction (item “How satisfied are you with your health?”), Outcome: ranking (very) bad to medium
 Age > 30 years 1.7 1.2–2.4 0.001
 Near-death experience 2.0 1.4–2.8 <0.0001
 Illness with no access to health care 1.7 1.2–2.6 0.004
 Attack by a family member 1.6 1–2.5 0.05
Hosmer-Lemeshow ns, ROC for prediction 0.67    
c) Satisfaction with self (tem “How satisfied are you with yourself?”), Outcome: ranking (very) bad to medium
 Age > 30 years 1.6 1.1–2.2 0.005
 Education (no schooling) 0.6 0.4–1 0.04
 Attack by a family member 2.5 1.2–3.3 <0.0001
 Sexual contacts as a minor 2.0 1.2–3.3 0.009
Hosmer-Lemeshow ns, ROC for prediction 0.64    
  1. ns not significant, ROC receiver operating characteristic