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Table 6 Logistic regression analysis on African American participants not completing the postpartum final interview

From: Recruitment and retention of low-income minority women in a behavioral intervention to reduce smoking, depression, and intimate partner violence during pregnancy

Characteristics at baseline interview AOR* (95% CI)
Maternal age:  
   18–22 1.38 (0.87,2.20)
   23–27 1.41 (0.89,2.42)
   28 + 1.00
Educational level:  
   < High school 1.67 (0.98,2.85)
   HS graduate/GED 1.37 (0.84,2.21)
   At least some college 1.00
Relationship status:  
   Single/separate/widowed/divorced 1.54 (1.00,2.36)
   Married or living with partner 1.00
Current work status:  
   Working (full- or part-time) 0.84 (0.58,1.22)
   Not currently working 1.00
No. children < 18 living at home:  
   < 4 children 0.50 (0.26,0.96)
   4+ Children 1.00
Medicaid status:  
   Yes 1.11 (0.70,1.78)
   No 1.00
WIC status:  
   Yes 0.14 (0.10,0.21)
   No 1.00
Alcohol use during pregnancy:  
   Yes 0.96 (0.62,1.48)
   No 1.000
Drug use during pregnancy:  
   Yes 0.77 (0.48,1.24)
   No 1.00
Clinic site:  
   A 0.58 (0.34,0.98)
   B 2.22 (1.29,3.81)
   C 0.42 (0.24,0.73)
   D 0.72 (0.43,1.21)
   E 0.81 (0.44,1.50)
   F 1.00
Active smoking:  
   Yes 1.17 (0.75,1.82)
   No 1.00
Environmental tobacco smoking (ETSE):  
   Yes 1.03 (0.70,1.52)
   No 1.00
Depression:  
   Yes 0.99 (0.70,1.40)
   No 1.00
Intimate partner violence (IPV):  
   Yes 0.70 (0.48,1.03)
   No 1.00
  1. * AOR is adjusted odds ratio.