Table 4

Linear regression models of the difference in resilience scores between those with and without any common mental disorder

ModelBaseline COMRAID (2011)COMRAID-R follow-up (2012)
Regression coefficient (95% CI) (p)Adjusted R2Regression coefficient (95% CI) (p)Adj. R2
Model 1−5.77 (−9.84 to −1.70) (p=0.006)0.0148−6.19 (−11.41 to −0.97) (p=0.020)0.0130
Model 2−3.85 (−8.11 to 0 0.40) (p=0.076)0.0480−4.14 (−9.40 to 1.11) (p=0.122)0.0500
Model 3−3.60 (−7.44 to 0.23) ( p=0.066)0.1710−4.87 (−9.27 to −0.46) (p=0.030)0.3054
Model 4−7.86 (−11.03 to −4.70) (p=<0.001)0.4224−4.93 (−9.13 to −0.73) (p=0.021)0.3809
Model 5−1.53 (−5.54 to 2.47) (p=0.453)0.1944−3.89 (−8.37 to −0.58) (p=0.088)0.3174
Model 6−4.91 (−8.28 to −1.55) (p=0.004)0.4548−3.21 (−7.23 to 0.80) (p=0.117)0.4604
  • Bold values are significant at p<0.001.

  • 1. Unadjusted (resilience scores modelled against any CMD (binary variable)).

  • 2. Adjusted for displaced age, gender, marital status, education.

  • 3. Adjusted for employment, food security, financial debt.

  • 4. Adjusted for social support, social network.

  • 5. Adjusted for model displaced age, gender, marital status, education, employment, food security, financial debt.

  • 6. Adjusted for model displaced age, gender, marital status, education, employment, food security, financial debt, social support, social network.