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Table 2 Logistic Regression Model to Estimate Probability of Residents “Agreeing” with End-of-Life Activities

From: Assessing attitudes towards medical assisted dying in Canadian family medicine residents: a cross-sectional study

VariableCategoryWithdraw Treatment (n = 188)Participate in PHD (n = 189)Prescribe Lethal Drug (n = 187)Administer Lethal Injection (n = 189)
OR95% CIOR95% CIOR95% CIOR95% CI
Age (in years) 1.00.93–1.071.050.97–1.131.020.95–1.101.050.97–1.14
PGY1        
20.810.41–1.590.720.35–1.450.740.34–1.570.670.29–1.50
SexMale        
Female0.990.49–1.970.570.27–1.190.38*0.18–0.810.570.26–1.28
SchoolQuebec        
Ontario3.80***1.84–8.101.150.54–2.470.800.36–1.770.540.23–1.24
Prairie3.57**1.49–8.880.730.27–1.890.450.14–1.260.380.11–1.13
ReligionNot Religious        
 Other1.130.36–3.653.84*1.20–12.963.57*1.09–12.111.490.42–5.15
 Christian0.580.25–1.331.060.47–2.391.420.60–3.400.660.26–1.65
PracticeStrictly        
Not strictly1.240.44–3.415.17*1.24–35.634.801.13–33.446.451.10–123.38
Not0.680.24–1.8517.38***4.16–122.9710.55**2.5–74.408.54*1.49–162.75
EthnicityOther        
Caucasian0.550.26–1.161.190.54–2.670.750.33–1.700.860.37–2.10
  1. Increased OR refers to more agreement. PHD - Physician Hastened Death. PGY – Post Graduate Year. OR – Odds ratio. 95% CI – 95% Confidence Intervals. Statistical significance calculated as described in methods with *** p value < 0.001, ** p value < 0.01, * p value < 0.05.