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Table 2 Logistic regression model results for HIV testing and clinic contact comparing the intervention to the enhanced SOC groups

From: Announcing the availability of oral HIV self-test kits via text message to increase HIV testing among hard-to-reach truckers in Kenya: a randomized controlled trial

  Total, n (%) Enhanced SOC group, n (%) Intervention group, n (%) OR (95% CI) Chi-Square p-value
Total 1498 (100.0%) 748 (49.9%) 750 (50.1%) NA NA
Tested for HIV (according to EHRS only)
 Yes 36 (2.4%) 10 (1.3%) 26 (3.5%) 2.7 (1.3–5.5) 0.009
 No 1462 (97.6%) 738 (98.7%) 724 (96.5%)   
Tested for HIV (including those with an HIV test indication only in the clinic administrative records)a
 Yes 41 (2.7%) 10 (1.3%) 31 (4.1%) 3.2 (1.6–6.5) 0.002
 No 1457 (97.3%) 738 (98.7%) 719 (95.9%)   
Received any clinic services (according to EHRS only)
 Yes 169 (11.3%) 80 (10.7%) 89 (11.9%) 1.1 (0.8–1.6) 0.474
 No 1329 (88.7%) 668 (89.3%) 661 (88.1%)   
Received any clinic services (including those with an HIV test indication only in the clinic administrative records)a
 Yes 174 (11.6%) 80 (10.7%) 94 (12.5%) 1.2 (0.9–1.6) 0.267
 No 1324 (88.4%) 668 (89.3%) 656 (87.5%)   
  1. a5 clients were noted as having HIV tested in the clinic administrative records used for tracking self-test kits and posttest counseling but their test was not indicated in the EHRS. Here these 5 are recoded (data cleaned based on additional information) as having HIV-tested and the analysis rerun