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Table 4 Pharmacy and PMV providers’ prevalence of restriction of clients’ access to contraceptive methods by restriction, method, and family planning training experience, Nigeria 2010

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

  Pharmacist PMV
Any FP Training No FP Training Any FP Training No FP Training
Minimum age n % n % n % n %
 Male condom 172 79.7 238 74.0 213 75.6* 261 66.7
 Pill 148 89.2*** 170 75.3 153 85.0* 160 75.0
 EC 127 89.8** 165 77.6 89 82.0* 94 69.2
 Injectable 130 88.5 159 80.5 na na na na
Minimum parity
 Male condom 172 2.9 238 2.9 213 7.5 261 4.2
 Pill 148 29.1 170 28.8 153 42.5 160 44.4
 EC 127 11.8 165 12.7 89 25.8 94 14.9
 Injectable 130 22.3 159 21.4 na na na na
Marital status
 Male condom 172 7.6 238 10.9 213 6.6 261 7.7
 Pill 148 43.9 170 39.4 153 61.4 160 53.8
 EC 127 24.4 165 27.9 89 31.5* 94 16.0
 Injectable 130 41.5 159 48.4 na na na na
Bias score
 Male condom 172 0.9 238 0.9 213 0.9* 261 0.8
 Pill 148 1.6 170 1.4 153 1.9 160 1.7
 EC 127 1.3 165 1.2 89 1.4** 94 1.0
 Injectable 130 1.5 159 1.5 na na na na
 Totala   3.8   3.5   4.2   3.5
  1. na Provider doesn’t have jurisdiction to provide method
  2. *p ≤ 0.05; **p ≤0.01; ***p ≤ 0.001; Chi Square, Fisher’s Exact, and t-tests of the association between bias and any family planning training experience
  3. anot including injectable