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Table 6 Predictors of stigma and discrimination measured by value-driven stigma and discrimination dimensions, Jimma zone, Southwest Ethiopia, 2011(n = 255)

From: Stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV by healthcare providers, Southwest Ethiopia

Predictors Value-driven stigma Unethical treatment Extra precaution
  Std ß 95%CI for ß Std ß 95%CI for ß Std ß 95%CI for ß
   Lower bound Upper bound   Lower bound Upper bound   Lower bound Upper bound
In-depth knowledge −0.16* −0.57 −0.07 0.05 −0.16 0.35 ®NI
Basic knowledge −0.10 −0.49 0.06 −0.003 −0.28 0.27 ®NI
Protocol −0.15* −0.27 −0.031 −0.18** −0.30 −0.06 ®NI
Supply −0.18** −0.30 −0.06 −0.05 −0.17 0.07 ®NI
iiiVery religious 0.12 −0.004 0.55 0.28** 0.39 0.95 ®NI
ivIncome 1234–2249 Birr ®NI ®NI −0.22** −0.78 −0.16
ivIncome 2250 Birr or more ®NI ®NI −0.07 −0.67 0.31
i Degree and above ®NI ®NI −0.13 −0.67 0.14
Experience in years ®NI −0.12* −0.40 0.000 ®NI
Adj-R 2 0.110 0.114 0.061
  1. * Significant at 0.05 level ** significant at 0.01 level iii The reference group was non religious i the reference category was diploma and certificate iv the reference category was monthly income less than or equal to 1233 Eth. Birr. ®NI: not included in the final model.
  2. NB: Negative values of std β show that the corresponding factors are the negative predictors for stigma and discrimination, whereas the positive values indicate that the factors are positive predictors.