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Table 2 Correlates of regular occupational sunscreen use

From: Occupational sunscreen use among US Hispanic outdoor workers

  Bivariate logistic regression Multivariate logistic regression (n = 142)
OR (95 % CI) p AOR (95 % CI) p
Gender   .02   .02
 Male 1 [Reference]   1 [Reference]  
 Female 2.86 (1.20, 6.80)   3.54 (1.19, 10.59)  
Age 1.00 (0.98, 1.03) .80 1.01 (0.97, 1.04) .70
Level of education   .03   .05
 Less than high school 1[ Reference]   1 [Reference]  
 High school graduate 1.71 (0.71, 4.12)   2.51 (0.85, 7.38)  
 At least some college 2.87 (1.30, 6.35)   3.79 (1.29, 11.12)  
Linguistic acculturation   .54   .84
 Spanish-acculturated 1 [Reference]   1 [Reference]  
 Bicultural 1.50 (0.73, 3.05)   1.24 (0.41, 3.71)  
 English-acculturated 1.29 (0.48, 3.43)   0.89 (0.19, 4.21)  
Latitude of residence (degrees) 1.11 (1.01, 1.21) .04 1.10 (0.99, 1.23) .08
Objective melanoma risk factors (no.) 1.08 (0.83, 1.40) .56 0.99 (0.70, 1.39) .94
Perceived skin cancer risk 1.31 (0.96, 1.78) .09 1.38 (0.94, 2.02) .10
Skin cancer knowledge 1.16 (0.97, 1.39) .10 1.06 (0.83, 1.37) .64
Hours working outdoors (per week) 1.00 (0.98, 1.02) .83 1.01 (0.99, 1.04) .35
  1. Sunscreen use was coded as never/rarely vs. regular use (i.e., at least sometimes)