Comparison of black ethnic group with white ethnic group

VariableWhiteBlackOR confidence interval and P value
Female17%9%0.48 [0.36, 0.65] <0.001
UPA deciles 9+1054%88%6.31 [4.88, 8.15] <0.001
Non crime admission21%16%0.73 [0.58, 0.92] 0.008
Personality disorder20%5%0.22 [0.15, 0.31]
Index offence – Murder, grievous bodily harm1.12 [0.89, 1.43] (Adjusted) ns
 Actual bodily harm, threats1.38 [1.10, 1.73] (Adjusted) 0.005
Previous convictions
 Violence1.73 [1.44, 2.08](Adjusted) <0.001
Effects of lifetime diagnosis
 Schizophrenia1.83 [1.48, 2.26] (Adjusted) <0.001
 Unspecified diagnosis2.41 [1.34, 4.34] (Adjusted) 0.003
 Borderline personality disorder0.23 [0.13, 0.43] (Adjusted) <0.001

From: Appendix 1, Ethnicity review evidence tables - included studies

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The Experiences of Black Service Users in UK In-Patient Settings in Relation to the Short-Term Management of Disturbed/Violent Behaviour (Supplement).
NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 25S.
Nelstrop L, Chandler-Oatts J, Cowl J, et al.
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