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Table 5 Adjusted coefficient odd ratios of socio-economic characteristics and the delay to diagnosis in Vietnam

From: Delays to diagnosis among people with severe mental illness in rural Vietnam, a population-based cross-sectional survey

FactorsAdjusted OR95% CIP-value
Province
 Thanh Hoa (northern Vietnam)1.00  
 Ben Tre (southern Vietnam)0.510.27–0.940.03
Residence
 Urban1.00  
 Rural0.960.55–1.690.9
 Age1.041.02–1.07<  0.001
Gender
 Male1.00  
 Female1.10.67–1.780.7
Education
 Not completion primary school1.00  
 Completion of primary school0.660.34–1.300.2
 Completion of secondary school0.74(−8.02) – (−0.44)0.4
 Completion of high school and higher0.53(−10.58) – (− 0.14)0.2
 Functioning status0.990.98–1.000.06
Marriage status
 Married1.00  
 Divorced/widowed0.890.19–4.220.8
 Never married1.180.28–4.910.8
Physical comorbidities
 No1.00  
 Yes1.490.85–2.630.2
Prior employment status
 Never employed1.00  
Previously employed0.570.30–1.070.08
Household economic status
 Disadvantaged1.00  
 Mid-level and advantaged1.060.65–1.750.8
 Household size1.270.85–1.880.1
Receiving free antipsychotic treatment
Yes1.00  
No1.030.63–1.700.9
Main caregiver
 Husband/wife1.00  
Family members1.340.31–5.830.6
 Others2.390.45–12.690.3
 Social capital1.000.99–1.010.9
 Annual financial burden1.000.99–1.000.7
Having psychotic diagnosis
 After 20031.00  
 Before 20036.973.32–14.62<  0.001