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Table 3 Predictors of Safety Planning Documentation in Medical Records.

From: How and why community hospital clinicians document a positive screen for intimate partner violence: a cross-sectional study

Covariate Univariate O.R. (95% C.I.) Lifetime Multivariate O.R. (95% C.I.) 12-month Multivariate O.R. (95% C.I.)
Screen for IPV
   Lifetime IPV "Is violence/abuse a concern in your personal relationships? (past or present)" 2.22 (.26–18.66) 1.14 (.05–23.72) ____
   12-month IPV "Has anyone hit, pushed, slapped or threatened you in the past year?" 2.74 (.83–9.05) ____ 5.66 (0.79–40.52)
   Fear for Safety "Is anyone in your personal life causing you to be fearful for your safety?" 11.40 (2.54–51.31) ____ ____
Patient Demographics
   Age 1.00 (.95–1.06) 0.98 (.92–1.05) 0.98 (.91–1.04)
   Ethnicity 0.93 (.28–1.06) 1.30 (.24–7.18) 1.17 (.21–6.71)
   Gender ____ ____ ____
Insurance
Free Care/Medicaid = REF
0.85 (0.21–3.49) 2.61 (.23–30.20) 2.81 (.20–38.76)
Clinician Characteristics
   Female 2.34 (.48–11.4) 0.25 (.01–5.90) 0.27 (.01–7.68)
Type
Physician = REF
1.24 (0.35–4.40) 4.65 (.74–29.30) 5.28 (.74–37.38)
   Site 1.32 (1.07–1.63) 2.18 (1.23–3.86) 2.44 (1.18–5.08)
Screen for Co-morbid Psychiatric Conditions
   Eating Disorder 0.93 (0.23–3.77) 0.20 (.02–2.47) .07 (.003–1.78)
   Mood 0.69 (.21–2.25) 0.08 (.01–.88) .03 (.001–.71)
   Anxiety 1.70 (.43–6.74) 15.03 (1.56–143.89) 16.45 (1.31–206.42)
  1. Only female patients' chart contained documentation of safety planning.