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Table 3 Correlates of clients’ satisfaction with overall HIV services- bivariable analysis

From: Clients’ satisfaction with HIV treatment services in Bamenda, Cameroon: a cross-sectional study

Characteristic N % Clients satisfied with services P-values
    ORa 95 % CI  
Age      
 21-30 100 92.6 0.68 0.20-2.36 0.55
 31-40 85 89.5 0.47 0.14-1.55 0.21
 41-50 73 94.8 Ref - -
 51+ 52 86.7 0.36 0.10-1.25 0.11
Sex      
 Male 78 86.7 0.50 0.23-1.09 0.08
 Female 232 92.8 Ref - -
Marital status      
 Single/never married 108 93.1 0.64 0.08-5.41 0.68
 Married 181 89.6 0.41 0.05-3.21 0.40
 Divorced/separated 21 95.5 Ref - -
Educationb      
 Primary 101 91.8 Ref   
 Greater than primary 208 90.8 0.88 0.39-2.00 0.76
HIV yearsc      
 0 42 95.5 Ref   
 1-4 130 91.5 0.52 0.11-2.40 0.40
 5-9 97 89.0 0.38 0.08-1.80 0.22
 10+ 39 90.7 0.49 0.08-2.81 0.42
Employed      
 No 125 88.7 0.59 0.28-1.26 0.17
 Yes 184 92.9 Ref - -
Distance      
 1-25 282 91.6 Ref   
 26-55 16 88.9 0.74 0.16-3.39 0.70
 56+ 12 85.7 0.55 0.12-2.61 0.45
Perceived number of counselors      
 1-4 55 91.7 Ref   
 5+ 213 91.4 0.97 0.35-2.70 0.95
Perceived number of doctors      
 1 254 90.7 0.78 0.26-2.34 0.45
  > 1 50 92.6 Ref - -
Perceived number of nurses      
 1-4 116 87.2 0.50 0.23-1.06 0.07
 5+ 178 93.2 Ref - -
  1. a OR unadjusted odds ratio, bPrimary education at most seven years and above seven years of education for greater than primary, c HIVyrs number of years since HIV-positive diagnosis, OR odds ratio, Ref reference variable category, CI confidence interval, P-values < 0.25 suggests possible association to satisfaction