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Table 2 Multivariate analysis for factors associated with resident’s knowledge about Health education

From: Progress of equalizing basic public health services in Southwest China--- health education delivery in primary healthcare sectors

VariableHE
PHEMPCHEHCHLPHE
The elderly(n = 989)
 No1
 Yes0.64(0.44,0.94)
Marital status(n = 984)
 Married11
 Divorced / Widowed0.73(0.53,1.01)0.68(0.48,0.95)
Education (n = 988)
 Primary and below1
 Middle school1.69(1.17,2.46)
 College and above3.27(1.94,5.51)
Occupation (n = 981)
 Employed in enterprises/institutions/government1
 Peasants/ rural migrant workers0.54(0.37,0.80)
 Others0.40(0.22,0.71)
Residence(n = 982)
 Rural1111
 Urban2.26(1.59,3.23)1.59(1.21,2.10)1.67(1.26,2.22)1.74(1.31,2.33)
Region (n = 989)
 Chongqing11111
 Guizhou0.48(0.33,0.70)0.29(0.21,0.41)0.30(0.23,0.39)0.36(0.26,0.48)0.50(0.38,0.67)
Type of PHCs(n = 989)
 Township hospitals1
 Community health centers0.68(0.47,0.98)
Quality of health service in PHCs
 Good111
 Poor0.60(0.43,0.84)0.50(0.36,0.68)0.48(0.35,0.66)
Distance to PHC (n = 973)
 <1 km1
 1-2 km0.55(0.36,0.85)
  ≥ 2 km0.87(0.54,1.41)
Self-reported health(n = 987)
 Well1
 Fair0.55(0.39,0.77)
 Unwell0.74(0.50,1.08)
With Chronic diseases (n = 989)
 Yes111
 No0.64(0.44,0.94)0.59(0.43,0.82)0.70(0.50,0.98)
  1. Notes: HE refers to health education, PHEM refers to Provision of health education materials, PCHE refers to Propagandizing column of health education, HC refers to Health counseling, HL refers to Health lecture, PHE refers to personalized health education, −-refers to variables excluded in the model