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Table 3 Multivariate analysis on factors associated with uptake of CHTC

From: Use of a counsellor supported disclosure model to improve the uptake of couple HIV testing and counselling in Kenya: a quasi-experimental study

Outcome variable
Categories
Odds Ratio 95% CI P value Adj. Odds Ratio 95% CI P value
Study arm
 Control Reference      
 Intervention 0.2 (0.098–0.42) 0.000* 8.01 (2.75–23.32) 0.000*
Age (years)
 18–24 Reference      
 25–34 1.24 (0.76–1.2) 0.139 0.92 (0.33–2.51) 0.866
 35–44 0.72 (0.25–2.12) 0.553 0.71 (0.2–2.59) 0.607
 45 and above 1 a a a a a
Sex of participant
 Female Reference      
 Male 1.16 (0.80–1.69) 0.426 1.25 (0.58–2.68) 0.569
Occupation of participant
 Unemployed Reference      
 Employed 0.65716 (0.65715–0.65718) 0.000* 0.55 (0.22–1.35) 0.192
Marital status
 Never married Reference      
 Married 0.54 (0.51–0.57) 0.000*> 1.16 (0.46–2.89) 0.757
 Widowed/separated/divorced 1.11 (0.65–1.87) 0.703 3.25 (0.59–17.78) 0.174
Education
 Primary education and below Reference      
 Secondary education 0.47 (0.12–1.92) 0.294 0.47 (0.16–1.4) 0.175
 Tertiary 1.52 (1.39–1.67) 0.000* 0.58 (0.18–1.84) 0.354
Knowledge of partner’s status
 No Reference      
 Yes 0.65 (0.22–1.96) 0.446 1.06 (0.41–2.77) 0.905
 Not sure if status has changed 2.37 (1.07–5.23) 0.03* 1.71 (0.48–6.05) 0.408
Willingness to invite partner for a HIV test
 No Reference      
 Yes 0.74 (0.2–2.7) 0.646 0.92 (0.26–3.32) 0.901
Willingness to test together with partner
 No Reference      
 Yes 0.44 (0.34–0.58) 0.000* 1.19 (0.25–5.65) 0.831
  1. Note: *p < 0.05. The odds ratio are adjusted for the study arms
  2. avalues omitted from the model