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Table 4 ORs and 95% CIs for asthma control according to JDL and support (n = 221)

From: Psychosocial working conditions, asthma self-management at work and asthma morbidity: a cross-sectional study

  Poor asthma control
Unadjusted model Adjusted Model Aa Adjusted Model Bb Adjusted Model A and physical activity Adjusted Model A and trigger avoidance Adjusted Model A and acute asthma symptom management Adjusted Model A and communication
OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI OR 95% CI
JDL
 High Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
 Low 2.14 1.12,4.10 2.21 1.12, 4.35 1.61 .75, 3.44 2.21 1.12, 4.37 1.96 .98, 3.89 1.68 .79, 3.57 2.28 1.13, 4.59
      − 27.15% change vs. adjusted Model A 0% change vs. adjusted Model A − 11.31% change vs. adjusted Model A − 23.89% change vs. adjusted Model A + 3.17% change vs. adjusted Model A
Support
 High Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
 Low 1.95 1.04, 3.68 1.94 1.00, 3.76 1.52 .73, 3.18 1.94 .999, 3.76 1.73 .88, 3.39 1.74 .87, 3.49 1.85 .93, 3.68
      − 21.65% change vs. adjusted Model A 0% change vs. adjusted Model A − 10.82% change vs. adjusted Model A − 10.31% change vs. adjusted Model A − 4.64% change vs. adjusted Model A
DReAM
 Good Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref. Ref.
 Adverse 1.90 1.01, 3.60 1.86 .95, 3.66 1.16 .53, 2.55 1.89 .95, 3.75 1.49 .72, 3.06 1.34 .65, 2.78 1.79 .89, 3.59
      − 37.63% change vs. adjusted Model A + 1.61% change vs. adjusted Model A − 19.89% change vs. adjusted Model A − 27.96% change vs. adjusted Model A − 3.76% change vs. adjusted Model A
  1. OR odd ratio, CI confidence interval, JDL job decision latitude, DReAM determinants of work-related asthma self-management
  2. aModel A: adjusted for age, sex, highest educational degree, body mass index, and smoker status
  3. bModel B: adjusted for age, sex, highest educational degree, body mass index, smoker status, physical activity, trigger avoidance, acute asthma symptom management, and communication