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Table 3 Poisson regression results for sexual behaviors; Brazilian National School Health Survey (PeNSE), Brazil

From: Health-risk behavior differences between boarding and non-resident students: Brazilian adolescent National School Health Survey

Residing in EIsSexual intercourse (yes)Age of first sexual intercourse (≤12 years old)Number of sexual partners (≥2)Condom use during last sexual intercourse (no)
Prevalence (%)PR (95% CI)PR adj (95% CI)Prevalence (%)PR (95% CI)PR adj (95% CI)Prevalence (%)PR (95% CI)PR adj (95% CI)Prevalence (%)PR (95% CI)PR adj (95% CI)
Non-residents27.61125.91163.61130.911
Boarding students42.11.53(1.45–1.60)1.17(1.10–1.25)291.12(1.01–1.23)1.06(0.95–1.19)70.81.11(1.04–1.18)1.05(0.98–1.13)30.60.99(0.90–1.09)0.99(0.88–1.11)the
  1. The analysis was conducted using the Poisson regression model with robust variance. The effect measure is the PR with its respective 95% CI. The model was adjusted for confounding variables: municipality, school, class shift, sex, age, region of Brazil and mother’s schooling
  2. PR adj: adjusted prevalence ratio; CI: confidence interval. EIs: Educational Institutions
  3. Bolded p-values denote significance (p < .05)