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Table 2 Prevalence and Multivariable GEE logistic regression model on Partner-level correlates of Unprotected Anal Intercourse

From: Sexual mixing and the risk environment of sexually active transgender women: data from a respondent-driven sampling study of HIV risk among transwomen in San Francisco, 2010

   UAI with partners Crude Adjusted*
   No (%) Yes (%) OR 95% CI P-value AOR 95% CI P-value
Partner Characteristics Same race partners 252 (74.1) 88 (25.9) 1 - - 1 -  
Different race partners 200 (85.1) 35 (14.9) 0.80 0.54-1.20 0.28 0.77 0.50-1.21 0.26
Primary partner 87 (57.6) 64 (42.4) 1 - - 1 - -
Casual partner 279 (86.6) 43 (13.4) 0.21 0.13-0.32 <0.001 0.23 0.15-0.36 <0.001
Commercial partner 86 (84.3) 16 (15.7) 0.18 0.09-0.37 <0.001 0.20 0.10-0.43 <0.001
Non-IDU partners 420 (80.8) 100 (19.2) 1 - - 1 - -
IDU partners 32 (58.2) 23 (41.8) 2.44 1.37-4.33 0.002 2.66 1.43-4.97 0.002
HIV seroconcordant partners 154 (69.4) 68 (30.6) 1 - - 1 -  
  HIV serodiscordant partners 298 (84.4) 55 (15.6) 0.43 0.29-0.64 <0.001 0.55 0.35-0.87 0.01
  1. Notes: *Model adjusted for participant-level characteristics in table above and individual-level co-variables (e.g. Age and HIV-status of TEACH participant). GEE models adjusted for clustering of partner-level data by TEACH participant.