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Table 3 Health facility family planning providers’ prevalence of restriction of clients’ access to contraceptive methods among Nurses/Midwives and CHEWs by restriction, method, and experience of in-service family planning training experience, Nigeria 2010

From: Contraceptive service provider imposed restrictions to contraceptive access in urban Nigeria

  Nurse/Midwife CHEW
Any In-service FP Training No In-service FP Training Any In-service FP Training No In-service FP Training
Minimum age n % n % n % n %
 Male condom 245 80.0 176 75.6 122 65.6 102 63.7
 Pill 276 91.3* 246 85.8 145 89.7** 181 77.9
 EC 156 72.4 104 64.4 44 77.3 48 70.8
 Injectable 307 91.2* 320 86.3 155 92.9* 222 84.2
 IUD 223 92.8 126 96.0 96 92.7 67 91.0
Minimum parity
 Male condom 245 3.7 176 3.4 122 1.6 102 2.9
 Pill 276 33.3 246 39.4 145 29.7*** 181 50.8
 EC 156 10.3 104 13.5 44 13.6 48 20.8
 Injectable 307 57.3** 320 67.5 155 65.2 222 72.5
 IUD 223 48.4 126 58.7 96 51.0 67 64.2
Marital status
 Male condom 245 7.8 176 10.2 122 10.7 102 15.7
 Pill 276 40.6*** 246 56.5 145 39.3*** 181 71.8
 EC 156 14.1 104 16.4 44 15.9 48 22.9
 Injecable 307 65.2*** 320 78.1 155 67.7*** 222 85.1
 IUD 223 59.2*** 126 81.0 96 61.5** 67 80.6
Bias score
 Male condom 245 0.9 176 0.9 122 0.8 102 0.8
 Pill 276 1.7* 246 1.8 145 1.6*** 181 2.0
 EC 156 1.0 104 0.9 44 1.1 48 1.1
 Injectable 307 2.1* 320 2.3 155 2.3 222 2.4
 IUD 223 2.0*** 126 2.4 96 2.1* 67 2.4
 Total   7.7   8.3   7.9   8.7
  1. *p ≤ 0.05; **p ≤0.01; ***p ≤ 0.001; Chi Square, Fisher’s Exact, and Anova tests of the association between bias and experience of training