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Table 4 Logistic regression analysis of determinants of VCT utilization among rural men in Ethiopia, 2005

From: Factors affecting voluntary HIV counselling and testing among men in Ethiopia: a cross-sectional survey

Variables Ever been tested for HIV
Univariate OR(95% CI)♣ Model 1 OR(95% CI)* Model 2 OR(95% CI)** Full Model OR(95% CI)***
Age     
15–24 3.9 (1.26–11.73) 7.4 (1.87–29.41) 6.9 (1.74–27.79) 7.4 (1.79–30.75)
25–34 7.6 (2.54–22.78) 7.2 (2.36–22.02) 6.7 (2.21–20.58) 6. 8 (2.18–21.11)
35–44 4.7 (1.44–15.37) 3.7 (1.11–12.39) 3.4 (1.03–11.55) 3.6 (1.06–12.15)
45–59 1 1 1 1
Marital status     
Never married 1 1 1 1
Ever Married 1.7 (1.03–2.86) 3.0 (1.22–7.23) 1.7 (0.67–4.47) 2.1 (0.83–5.17)
Socioeconomic position     
Lower 1 1 1 1
Middle 3.5 (1.96–6.43) 2.4 (1.33–4.38) 2.2 (1.22–3.88) 1.9 (1.04–3.54)
Higher 8.0 (3.82–16.72) 5.0 (2.64–9.46) 4.2 (2.22–7.84) 3.5 (1.84–6.71)
Religion     
Christian 1 1 1 1
Muslim 1.2 (0.74–2.00) 1.4 (0.85–2.44) 1.6 (0.93–2.70) 1.6 (0.94–2.66)
HIV/AIDS-related knowledge index     
Low 1   1 1
High 2.8 (1.36–5.89)   2.3 (1.10–4.97) 2.0 (0.91–4.23)
Comprehensive knowledge 3.8 (1.78–8.00)   2.8 (1.33–6.00) 2.1(0.90–4.66)
Risky sexual behaviour index     
No risk 1   1 1
Some risk 2.2 (1.18–4.01)   2.3 (0.90–5.65) 2.2 (0.89–5.38)
High risk 1.5 (0.66–3.49)   1.8 (0.60–5.35) 1.7 (0.61–4.75)
HIV/AIDS-related stigma index     
No stigma 12.6 (3.90–40.85)    9.3 (2.58–33.28)
Low 3.4 (1.80–6.39)    2.2 (1.09–4.65)
Moderate 1.6 (0.81–3.11)    1.5 (0.75–3.00)
High 1    1
  1. Keys: ♣= unadjusted odds ratio, * = only for socio-demographic variables, ** = for socio-demographic variables, knowledge, and risky sexual behaviour, *** = all variables in the model.