Table 4

Combined effects of smoking status and prior SRO* reported in wave 1 on a) wave 2 SRO and b) wave 2 current smoking

Wave 1 smoking status and wave 1 SROn/NWeighted percentages (SE)AOR (95% CI)
a) Effect on wave 2 SRO
 Never smoker—no prior SRO (referent)550/297817.5 (0.4)1.00 (NA)
 Never smoker—prior SRO431/87746.8 (1.0)4.12 (3.65 to 4.64)
 Former smoker—no prior SRO187/96820.6 (0.8)1.42 (1.28 to 1.57)
 Former smoker—prior SRO152/31248.2 (1.6)4.58 (3.60 to 5.82)
 Current smoker—no prior SRO383/146626.6 (0.7)1.56 (1.41 to 1.74)
 Current smoker—prior SRO426/75154.1 (1.2)4.77 (3.70 to 5.87)
b) Effect on wave 2 current smoking
 Never smoker—no prior SRO (referent)166/29785.3 (0.2)1.00 (NA)
 Never smoker—prior SRO28/8774.3 (0.4)0.70 (0.60 to 0.82)
 Former smoker—no prior SRO71/9688.6 (0.5)2.20 (1.77 to 2.31)
 Former smoker—prior SRO24/3126.9 (0.6)1.15 (0.83 to 1.61)
 Current smoker—no prior SRO1204/146682.7 (0.5)82.9 (73.7 to 93.2)
 Current smoker—prior SRO620/75184.2 (0.8)77.0 (57.6 to 104.8)
  • * Any of three items: want to die, suicidal ideation, suicide attempt.

  • AORs are adjusted ORs with 95% CIs based on multiple logistic regression models controlling for demographics and psychiatric history at wave 1 (shown in table 1).

  • SRO, suicide-related outcome.