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Table 2 Effect of the intervention on change in cervical cancer screening (CCS) participation among immigrant women

From: Effect of a community-based intervention to increase participation in cervical cancer screening among Pakistani and Somali women in Norway

  Screened
January 2017, n (%)
Screened
January 2018, n (%)
Absolute difference in change in proportion screenede
B (95%CI)
  Control group Int. group Control group Int. group  
Total sample
 Model 1a 4088/9266 (44.1) 713/1554 (45.9) 4219/9266 (45.5) 789/1554 (50.8) 0.03 (0.01-0.06)
 Model 2b 4088/9266 (44.1) 713/1554 (45.9) 4219/9266 (45.5) 789/1554 (50.8) 0.04 (0.01-0.06)
 Model 3c 4083/9255 (44.1) 711/1550 (45.9) 4216/9255 (45.6) 789/1550 (50.9) 0.04 (0.02-0.06)
 Model 4d 3469/7663 (45.3) 626/1318 (47.5) 3584/7663 (46.8) 685/1318 (52.0) 0.03 (0.01-0.05)
  1. aAdjusted for baseline screening status
  2. bAdjusted for covariates in model 1 plus additional adjustment for age, country of origin, first/second generation immigrant, marital status and income quartiles
  3. cAdjusted for covariates in model 2 plus additional adjustment for GP’s gender, GP’s age and GP’ country of origin
  4. dAdjusted for covariates in model 3 plus additional adjustment for level of education (reduced sample size because of missing values)
  5. e Absolute difference in change in screening participation estimated as interaction between year and intervention group in generalized estimating equation model (GEE) with binomial distribution and identity link function