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Table 2 Social correlates of Major Depressive Disorder

From: Prevalence and risk factors of major depressive disorder in HIV/AIDS as seen in semi-urban Entebbe district, Uganda

  Number in study (N,%) Major depressive disorder (n,%) Unadjusted OR
(95% CI)
Adjusted OR§
(95% CI)
Food Security    P = 0.004 P = 0.004
   Enough 549 (88.8) 38 (6.9) 1 1
   Not enough 69 (11.2) 12 (17.4) 2.83 (1.40-5.73) 2.89 (1.40-5.98)
Distance from HIV Clinic    P = 0.744 P = 0.673
   Less than 3 km 94 (15.2) 5 (5.3) 1 1
   3 to 5 km 166 (26.9) 17 (10.2) 2.03 (0.72-5.69) 1.87 (0.66-5.30)
   More than 5 km 358 (57.9) 28 (7.8) 1.51 (0.57-4.02) 1.51 (0.56-4.07)
When knew HIV Status    P = 0.716 P = 0.912
   Up to 12 months ago 150 (24.4) 13 (8.7) 1 1
   More than 12 months 465 (75.6) 36 (7.7) 1.13 (0.58-2.19) 1.04 (0.52-2.07)
On ART    P = 0.482 P = 0.686
   Yes 399 (64.6) 30 (7.5) 0.81 (0.45-1.46) 0.88 (0.47-1.64)
   No 219 (35.4) 20 (?) 1 1
Social Support    P = 0.127 P = 0.236
   Low 188 (30.4) 20 (10.6) 1.59 (0.88-2.87) 1.44 (0.79-2.64)
   High 430 (69.6) 30 (7.0) 1 1
Negative life events    P < 0.001 P < 0.001
   1-5 events 350 (56.6) 8 (2.3) 1 1
   6-10 events 191 (43.7) 29 (10.7) 4.72 (2.03-11.01) 4.29 (1.83-10.06)
   11 + 77 (12.5) 23 (29.9) 18.21 (7.75-42.78) 16.67 (7.01-39.66)
Stress Score index    P < 0.001 P < 0.001
   Low (score 0) 164 (26.5) 5 (3.0) 1 1
   Medium (score 1-10) 323 (52.3) 18 (5.6) 1.88 (0.68-5.15) 1.74 (0.63-4.81)
   High (score > 10) 131 (21.2) 27 (20.6) 8.26 (3.08-22.12) 7.18 (2.65-19.47)
  1. §Adjusted for sex and age