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Table 3 OLS regression model predicting hospitalization for traumatic injury: The effect of neighborhood context

From: Do neighborhood demographics, crime rates, and alcohol outlet density predict incidence, severity, and outcome of hospitalization for traumatic injury? A cross-sectional study of Dallas County, Texas, 2010

  b 95% CI p value
Contextual measures    
 Alcohol outlets/100,000 population 0.06 −0.15 to 0.25 0.60
 UCR crime rate/100,000 −0.0002 −0.001 to 0.0006 0.60
 Population density (population/square mile) −0.004 −0.008 to −0.001 0.006
 % White race 1.57 0.79 to 2.36 <0.001
 % Black race 1.77 0.92 to 2.61 <0.001
 % Hispanic/Latino −0.84 −1.87 to 0.19 0.11
 % 65 and older 12.31 8.41 to 16.21 <0.001
 % Younger than 18 years old −3.73 −6.59 to −0.88 0.01
 % Owner-occupied housing −75.0 −133.9 to −16.1 0.013
 % High school graduates −2.44 −3.57 to −1.31 <0.001
Constant 505.17 267.88 to 742.45 <0.001