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Table 3 Logistic regression predicting likelihood of completing treatment: a multivatiate model of all variables listed

From: Substance use disorder treatment retention and completion: a prospective study of horse-assisted therapy (HAT) for young adults

Variable Item Total % p value Odds ratio Confid. lower Interval upper
Participation in HAT No (0) 43 39.8     
Yes (1) 65 60.2 <0.01 8.42 2.7 26.4
Gender Female (0) 30 27.8     
Male (1) 78 72.2 0.84 0.90 0.3 2.6
Age <20 years (0) 14 13 0.25    
20–26 years (1) 74 68.5 0.11 4.37 0.7 26.0
27+ years (2) 20 18.5 0.13 4.78 0.6 36.2
Years of schooling <10 years (0) 18 16.7 0.41    
10–12 years (1) 70 64.8 0.20 2.58 0.6 10.1
13+ years (2) 20 18.5 0.30 2.40 0.5 11.3
No. of substances 3 substances (0) 42 38.9 0.25    
2 substances (1) 31 28.7 0.09 2.66 0.9 8.4
1 substances (2) 35 32.4 0.43 1.60 0.5 5.1
Substance severitya Less severe (0) 62 57.4     
More severe (1) 46 42.6 0.47 1.42 0.6 3.7
HSCL-25b <1.75 (0) 19 17.6     
1.75+ (1) 89 82.4 0.90 1.11 0.3 3.9
Temporary exit 2+ re-entries (0) 19 17.6 0.67    
1 re-entry (1) 24 22.3 0.37 0.53 0.1 2.1
No exit (2) 65 60.2 0.58 0.70 0.2 2.5
  1. aLess severe (cannabis and alchol) more severe (heroin, amphetamine, benzodiazepine, Gamma hydroxybutyrate, cocaine)
  2. bHopkins Symptom Checklist