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Table 2 Association between individual items of DUNDRUM-1 and DUNDRUM-2 and need for admission

From: Assessment of need for inpatient treatment for mental disorder among female prisoners: a cross-sectional study of provincially detained women in Ontario

  OR (95% CI) p
DUNDRUM-1 items (n = 66)
 1 Seriousness of violence 2.07 (1.30–3.30) 0.002
 2 Seriousness of self-harm 0.87 (0.57–1.35) 0.546
 3 Immediacy of risk of violence 2.68 (1.62–4.43) < 0.001
 4 Immediacy of risk of suicide 0.86 (0.51–1.44) 0.563
 5 Specialist forensic need 5.04 (1.83–11.45) < 0.001
 6 Absconding / Eloping 1.95 (1.15–3.30) 0.013
 7 Preventing Access 1.66 (0.97–2.84) 0.067
 8 Victim Sensitivity 1.60 (0.91–2.82) 0.103
 9 Complex needs re violence 2.43 (1.44–4.12) 0.001
 10 Institutional behaviour 4.49 (2.17–9.27) < 0.001
 11 Legal Process 1 na
 Subtotal 1.13 (1.05–1.21) 0.001
DUNDRUM-2 items (n = 66)
 1 Urgency: Remand / Sentenced prisoner 3.02 (1.77–5.14) < 0.001
 2 Mental Health 7.59 (2.96–19.450 < 0.001
 3 Suicide Prevention 0.86 (0.54–1.37) 0.526
 4 Humanitarian 4.01 (2.17–7.40) < 0.001
 5 Systemic 3.73 (2.12–6.73) < 0.001
 6 Legal Urgency 1.53 (0.97–2.42) 0.068
 Subtotal 1.36 (1.18–1.57) < 0.001