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Table 3 In-service training received by persons attending to patients at private facilities

From: Assessing the potential of rural and urban private facilities in implementing child health interventions in Mukono district, central Uganda–a cross sectional study

Variable Rural (n = 47) Urban (n = 194) OR (95 % CI) p-value
Having attended training workshop on malaria management 26 (55.3) 108 (55.7) 0.99 (0.52–1.87) 0.965
Having attended training on management of pneumonia 6 (12.8 %) 24 (12.4) 1.04 (0.33–2.83) 0.863*
Did training to cover antibiotics 5 (10.6) 20 (10.3) 1.04 (0.29–3.07) 0.841*
Did training to cover IMCI guidelines 6 (12.8) 20 (10.3) 1.27 (0.39–3.56) 0.822*
Training on management of diarrhoea 14 (29.8) 71(36.6) 0.74 (0.37–1.47) 0.381
Training covered microscopy 1(2.1) 13 (6.7) 0.30 (0.01–2.12) 0.393*
Training covered Rapid Diagnostic Tests 7 (14.9) 28 (14.4) 1.04 (0.36–2.66) 0.881*
Training covered Artemesinin Combination Therapies 6 (12.8) 23 (11.9) 1.09 (0.34–2.98) 0.938
  1. * Fisher’s exact test