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Table 7 Bivariate and Multivariable analysis for risk factors associated with non-compliance of the employee in five hospitals, 2017

From: Non-compliance and associated factors against smoke-free legislation among health care staffs in governmental hospitals in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: an observational cross-sectional study

Risk factors Category Non-compliance status Bivariate analysis Multivariable analysis
Yes No COR 95% CI p-value* AOR 95% CI p-value*
Sex Female 6 154 1(Ref.) 1(Ref.)
Male 30 160 4.81 1.95–11.88 0.001 5.89 2.08–16.64 0.001
Age < 30 yrs 17 199 1(Ref.) 1(Ref.)
30-39 yrs 7 75 1.09 0.44–2.74 0.85 0.44 0.14–1.41 0.167
40-49 yrs 10 26 4.50 1.87–10.87 0.001 3.04 0.83–11.20 0.094
50-59 yrs 2 11 2.13 0.44–10.39 0.350 2.96 0.46–19.07 0.253
> = 60 yrs 0 3 0 0.00 0.999 0.00 0.00 0.999
Marital status Single 13 158 1(Ref.) 1(Ref.)
Married 22 151 1.77 0.86–3.64 0.120 1.45 0.51–4.11 0.488
Separate/divorce 1 3 4.05 0.35–41.75 0.24 0.62 0.04–9.96 0.732
Widow 0 2 0 0.00 0.99 0.00 0.00 0.999
Type of employment Contract 5 16 1(Ref.) 1(Ref.)
Permanent 31 298 0.33 0.11–0.97 0.044 0.39 0.10–1.48 0.167
Practice Enforcing 5 93 0.38 0.15–1.02 0.054 0.39 0.13–1.16 0.089
Not enforcing 31 221 1(Ref.) 1(Ref.)
Attitude status Favorable attitude 6 168 1(Ref.) 1(Ref.)
Unfavorable attitude 30 146 5.75 2.33–14.21 0.000 6.15 2.26–16.69 0.000
Knowledge status Good knowledge 11 182 1(Ref.) 1(Ref.)
Poor knowledge 25 132 3.13 1.49–6.59 0.003 2.71 1.15–6.36 0.022
  1. *Binary logistic regression