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Table 2 Associations between UPNCS implementation and outcomes of interest (N = 3,724)

From: A call for better care: the impact of postnatal contact services on women’s parenting confidence and experiences of postpartum care in Queensland, Australia

   Unadjusted Adjusted 1
  % Odds ratio 95% CI Odds ratio 95% CI
Received telephone call/home visit within 10 days
 Not UPNCS-funded 84.6 1   1  
 UPNCS-funded 87.3 1.26* 1.04-1.52 1.80*** 1.50-2.23
Confident in parenting ability
 Not UPNCS-funded 32.1 1   1  
 UPNCS-funded 34.0 1.09 0.95-1.26 1.04 0.89-1.21
Perceived sufficient amount of postnatal contact
 Not UPNCS-funded 84.8 1   1  
 UPNCS-funded 84.6 0.99 0.83-1.18 0.90 0.74-1.09
Perceived postnatal care to be high quality
 Not UPNCS-funded 47.2 1   1  
 UPNCS-funded 49.0 1.07 0.94-1.22 1.00 0.87-1.16
  1. *p<0.05. ***p < 0.001.
  2. 1Adjusted for maternal age, Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander identification, English spoken at home, highest level of education, area of residence, and distance travelled to birth.