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Table 4 Descriptive statistics of service uptake outcomes at six weeks by study arm (percentages)

From: Randomized evaluation and cost-effectiveness of HIV and sexual and reproductive health service referral and linkage models in Zambia

Uptake of services at 6 weeks
  Arm 1 Arm 2 Arm 3  
Standard of care Enhanced services Enhanced services & escort Tests
Females (n range) 279–577 283–574 276–562  
 HIV testing and counseling 13.4 17.2 21.3 B*
 Family planning 15.4 19.3 10.6 C**
 Cervical cancer screening 4.2 21.3 24.6 A***, B***
Males (n) 385 363 362  
 Voluntary medical male circumcision 4.7 8.8 12.2 A*, B***
Both females and males (n range) 23–1104 37–1084 32–1070  
 HIV care and treatment 8.5 9.4 10.7 B†
 STI care and treatment 3.8 4.6 4.2  
 TB testinga 20.0 21.6 17.5  
 CD4 testing 42.1 54.4 43.0 A†
 Initiated ARTa 95.7 86.5 87.5  
 Psychosocial support 32.3 18.8 23.2 A*
Partners of clients (n range) 361–872 381–882 357–832  
 HIV testing and counseling 21.0 23.2 23.0  
 Family planning 16.3 17.0 17.9  
 Voluntary medical male circumcision 3.9 3.7 5.5  
 Cervical cancer screening 7.6 6.5 10.5 C†
 HIV care and treatment 7.8 7.9 9.0  
 STI care and treatment 5.2 4.8 4.8  
  1. A = Arms 1 & 2, B = Arms 1 & 3, C = Arms 2 & 3
  2. Note: Five cases are excluded for answering these questions for a 6-month window instead of a 6-week window
  3. Note: Sample sizes for client outcomes vary as each outcome is restricted to certain entry sites and a few participants chose not to disclose receipt of certain services
  4. Note: All tests are from bivariate cross-tabulations using chi-square tests for significance, unless otherwise noted
  5. ***p < .001; **p < .01; *p < .05; †p < .10
  6. aTested using Fisher’s exact test due to small cell sizes