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Table 3 Results from multiple variable Cox proportional hazards models testing the influence of antidepressant and psychotherapy treatment on work leaves. Full model results including covariates presented in Supporting Information Tables S2-S6

From: The influence of antidepressant and psychotherapy treatment adherence on future work leaves for patients with major depressive disorder

Reference Group Treatment Group (no = 0, yes = 1) Hazard Ratio 95% Confidence Interval p-value
Non-adherent to both antidepressant and psychotherapy treatmenta Adherent to either antidepressant or psychotherapy treatmenta 0.84 0.77–0.91 0.0001
No antidepressant treatment Non-adherent to antidepressant treatment 1.22 1.11–1.35 0.0001
Adherent to antidepressant treatment 1.13 1.01–1.27 0.0273
Non-adherent to antidepressant treatmentb Adherent to antidepressant treatmentb 0.92 0.82–1.03 0.1439
No psychotherapy treatment Non-adherent to psychotherapy treatment 0.91 0.81–1.02 0.0997
Adherent to psychotherapy treatment 0.72 0.64–0.82 < 0.0001
Non-adherent to psychotherapy treatmentc Adherent to psychotherapy treatmentc 0.80 0.73–0.89 < 0.0001
  1. a Analysis excludes patients without antidepressant or psychotherapy treatment
  2. b Analysis excludes patients without antidepressant treatment
  3. c Analysis excludes patients without psychotherapy treatment