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Table 5 Adjusted odds for individual components of SWEMWBS by demographics and ACE count

From: Adverse childhood experiences: a retrospective study to understand their associations with lifetime mental health diagnosis, self-harm or suicide attempt, and current low mental wellbeing in a male Welsh prison population

 Feeling optimisticFeeling usefulFeeling relaxedDealing with problems wellThinking clearlyFeeling close to othersAble to make up my own mind
AOR95% CIsPAOR95% CIsPAOR95% CIsPAOR95% CIsPAOR95% CIsPAOR95% CIsPAOR95% CIsP
Ethnicity
 White4.091.44–11.640.0081.440.78–2.650.2431.440.76–2.710.2641.710.77–3.800.1862.150.87–5.310.0991.010.58–1.750.9756.180.82–46.280.076
ACE count
 0Ref 0.700Ref 0.223Ref < 0.001Ref 0.009Ref 0.002Ref < 0.001Ref 0.521
 10.910.37–2.250.8371.670.76–3.660.1982.661.03–6.830.0431.790.58–5.560.3132.090.51–8.540.3072.291.01–5.170.0461.130.24–5.320.880
 2–31.050.45–2.480.9031.710.80–3.640.1661.850.72–4.810.2042.170.73–6.380.1613.070.82–11.510.0962.431.11–5.330.0272.170.55–8.490.266
 ≥ 41.320.63–2.790.4632.051.04–4.050.0385.782.50–13.36< 0.0013.941.49–10.440.0066.131.82–20.680.0035.292.60–10.78< 0.0012.020.56–7.270.281
  1. Age and education were also entered into the model but were not significant for any outcome. Reference category for ethnicity = other; ACE Adverse childhood experience, Ref Reference category
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