Table 2

Unadjusted and adjusted HRs for predictors of time to suicidality among women in Vancouver, 2010–2014 (n=290)

CharacteristicsUnadjusted
HR (95% CI)
p ValueAdjusted
HR (95% CI)
p Value
Lifetime psychedelic use†1.00 (0.45 to 2.23)0.9950.40 (0.17 to 0.94)*0.036
Lifetime cannabis use†3.44 (1.21 to 9.79)0.021
Lifetime prescription opioid use†1.88 (0.91 to 3.90)0.089
Lifetime crack use†3.06 (1.07 to 8.74)0.037
Lifetime cocaine use†2.53 (1.03 to 6.22)0.043
Lifetime crystal methamphetamine use†3.73 (1.75 to 7.97)<0.0013.25 (1.47 to 7.21)*0.004
Lifetime heroin use†2.26 (0.99 to 5.13)0.053
HIV seropositivity†2.15 (0.92 to 5.06)0.078
Childhood abuse3.92 (1.69 to 9.09)0.0023.54 (1.49 to 8.40)*0.004
Indigenous ancestry2.76 (1.34 to 5.67)0.006
Canadian born6.72 (1.62 to 27.95)0.009
Homelessness†2.55 (1.19 to 5.44)0.0161.95 (0.91 to 4.17)*0.085
Primary place to solicit clients
 Indoor venue (vs street)0.19 (0.06 to 0.66)0.009
 Independent (vs street)0.38 (0.14 to 1.05)0.061
  • *Final multivariable model determined using backward selection with best overall fit, as indicated by the lowest Akaike information criterion value.

  • †Time updated, last 6 months as reference.