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Table 4 Self-efficacy and job satisfaction of health workers

From: Can complex programs be sustained? A mixed methods sustainability evaluation of a national infant and young child feeding program in Bangladesh and Vietnam

  Intervention area Comparison area Difference in rating points (intervention vs. comparison)1 [SE]
Bangladesh n = 300 n = 300  
Self-efficacy rating Average: 92.8%
Range: 66.7–100%
Average: 85.2%
Range: 33.3–100%
7.70*** [0.88]
Job satisfaction rating Average: 85.9%
Range: 50–100%
Average: 82.9%
Range: 32.5–100%
3.54** [1.13]
Vietnam n = 44 n = 24  
Self-efficacy rating Average: 84.9%
Range: 60–100%
Average: 80.3%
Range: 60–100%
2.91 [3.80]
Job satisfaction rating Average: 77.1%
Range: 50–95%
Average: 75.7%
Range: 57.5–97.5%
−1.36 [3.39]
  1. SE: Standard error
  2. Level of significance: * < 0.05, ** < 0.01, *** < 0.001
  3. 1Linear regression model (OLS) that includes fixed effects (division-level in Bangladesh, province-level in Vietnam) and covariates: worker age, years of experience, years of education. Standard errors in brackets (clustered at lowest sampling unit level in Bangladesh)