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Table 4 Regression models comparing paramedic respondents to general population respondents aged 18–49 years

From: A retrospective survey study of paramedic students’ exposure to SARS-CoV-2, participation in the COVID-19 pandemic response, and health-related quality of life

  EQvalue (Utilities) EQvas
All paramedics By year All paramedics By year
Predictor Est (SE) p Est (SE) p Est (SE) p Est (SE) p
Intercept * 0.849 (0.01) < 0.001 0.849 (0.01) < 0.001 81.473 (0.924) < 0.001 81.374 (0.923) < 0.001
Age             
Age 18–29*         
Age 30–39 0.003 (0.011) 0.789 0.003 (0.011) 0.806 0.401 (1.006) 0.691 0.403 (1.006) 0.689
Age 40–49 − 0.036 (0.011) < 0.001 − 0.036 (0.011) < 0.001 − 3.196 (1.026) 0.002 − 3.167 (1.025) 0.002
Sex             
Female *         
Male 0.032 (0.009) < 0.001 0.032 (0.009) < 0.001 1.371 (0.828) 0.098 1.414 (0.828) 0.088
Education             
Primary education − 0.141 (0.021) < 0.001 − 0.141 (0.021) < 0.001 − 11.45 (1.984) < 0.001 − 11.50 (1.982) < 0.001
Secondary education − 0.038 (0.011) < 0.001 − 0.038 (0.011) < 0.001 − 2.950 (1.046) 0.005 − 2.874 (1.045) 0.006
Higher, short *         
Higher, long 0.030 (0.012) 0.009 0.030 (0.012) 0.009 1.905 (1.093) 0.082 1.986 (1.092) 0.069
Group             
General population *         
Paramedic 0.057 (0.018) 0.002    0.811 (1.711) 0.636   
Year 1    0.035 (0.027) 0.198    − 2.314 (2.533) 0.361
Year 2    0.061 (0.026) 0.022    1.279 (2.463) 0.604
Year 3    0.091 (0.036) 0.012    6.856 (3.319) 0.039
  1. *Base case: Female general population respondent aged 18–29 with less than five years of higher education