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Table 3 Factors associated with HIV-positive screens among referred partners

From: A health communication intervention to integrate partner testing with antiretroviral therapy service among men who have sex with men in China: an observational cohort study

  Testing HIV-positive Univariable Multivariable
N = 829 N = 92 % OR 95%CI P value AOR 95%CI P value
Age
  ≤ 30 412 46 10.19.
  > 30 417 46 11.03 0.99 (0.64,1.52) 0.951 1.01 (0.61,1.69) 0.964
Education
 Junior high school or below 123 17 13.82
 Senior high school or above 706 75 10.62 0.74 (0.42,1.30) 0.299 0.80 (0.43,1.49) 0.476
Marriage
 Single, divorced, or widowed 632 73 11.55
 Married 197 19 9.64 0.82 (0.48,1.39) 0.458 0.93 (0.48,1.81) 0.834
Occupation
 Unemployed 332 29 8.73 0.58 (0.37,0.94) 0.857 0.66 (0.41,1.08) 0.682
 Employed 412 58 14.08
 Student 85 5 5.88 0.38 (0.15,0.93) 0.145 0.34 (0.13,0.91) 0.078
Relationship
 Stable male partner 491 69 14.05 4.50 (1.61,13.59) <.001 5.50 (1.85,16.39) <.001
 Casual male partner 224 19 8.48 2.55 (0.85,7.68) 0.605 2.94 (0.91,9.43) 0.546
 Spouse or other female partners 114 4 3.51
Case manager type
 Nurse 503 69 13.72 2.09 (1.28,3.43) 0.003 2.35 (1.45,3.92) 0.001
 Contract staff 326 23 7.06
CD4 counts (cells/ul)
  ≤ 350 448 50 11.16
  > 350 381 42 11.02 0.99 (0.64,1.52) 0.950 0.99 (0.63,1.56) 0.969