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Table 4 Crude and Adjusted Prevalence Ratios using the Ohio Physician Roster (N = 34,400)

From: The distribution of Ohio’s Certificates to Recommend: who will “prescribe” medical marijuana?

 PR (95% CI)aPR (95% CI)
Age (per one-year increase)1.02 (1.01–1.02)1.01 (1.01–1.02)
Sex*
 Male1.54 (1.26–1.89)
 FemaleRef
Degree
 MDRefRef
 DO2.52 (2.08–3.07)1.72 (1.39–2.15)
Specialty
 Family MedicineRefRef
 Anesthesiology0.77 (0.55–1.08)0.87 (0.61–1.23)
 Emergency Medicine0.51 (0.34–0.77)0.52 (0.33–0.80)
 Internal Medicinea0.39 (0.30–0.50)0.44 (0.34–0.58)
 Neurology0.88 (0.56–1.38)0.96 (0.60–1.55)
 OB/GYN0.38 (0.23–0.62)0.42 (0.25–0.69)
 PM&R1.76 (1.14–2.72)2.08 (1.34–3.24)
 Pediatrics0.14 (0.08–0.24)0.17 (0.10–0.30)
 Psychiatry0.93 (0.65–1.32)1.06 (0.73–1.53)
 Surgeryb0.30 (0.20–0.45)0.33 (0.22–0.50)
 Otherc0.05 (0.03–0.09)0.06 (0.03–0.10)
  1. PR Prevalence Ratio
  2. aPR Adjusted Prevalence Ratio
  3. CI Confidence Interval
  4. *Sex was not included in the regression analysis as it was not a variable in the Ohio Physician Roster data set
  5. OB/GYN Obstetrics and Gynecology
  6. PM&R Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
  7. aIncludes Internal Medicine and subspecialties
  8. bIncludes general surgery and surgery specialties
  9. cIncludes all other specialties
  10. Note: Bolded numbers represent prevalence ratios significant at the .05 level