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Table 3 Random effect probit models concerning general practitioners and gynaecologists separately (only significant coefficients shown)

From: Social inequalities in cervical cancer screening: a discrete choice experiment among French general practitioners and gynaecologists

  General practitioners
(n = 88 subjects leading to 1936 responses)***
Gynaecologists
(n = 35 subjects leading to 770 responses)***
Attribute
- Modalities
Coefficients S.E. ** (95% CI) p-value Coefficients S.E. ** (95% CI) p-value
(Intercept) −0.10    NS* 0.03    NS*
Population of women targeted     <  0.01     <  0.01
- Unscreened 0.52 0.13 (0.27; 0.76) <  0.01     NS*
- Women over 50 years old −0.47 0.13 (−0.73; −0.22) <  0.01 − 0.51 0.21 (− 0.92; − 0.10) 0.01
- From deprived areas − 0.33 0.12  (-0.58; -0.09) <  0.01 −0.61 0.20  (-0.99; -0.24) <  0.01
- From areas with low rates of screening 0.33 0.14 (0.05; 0.60) 0.02 0.70 0.23 (0.25; 1.15) <  0.01
- Receiving free supplementary universal health care     NS*     NS*
Stakeholders in act of screening     <  0.01     <  0.01
- Current stakeholders and state-registered nurses 0.44 0.10 (0.24; 0.63) <  0.01     NS*
- Current stakeholders and state-registered nurses and radiologists during mammography 0.30 0.09 (0.12; 0.48) <  0.01 −0.38 0.14 (− 0.65; − 0.10) <  0.01
- Current stakeholders and radiologists during mammography     NS*     NS*
Technique(s) of uterine cervical cancer screening     <  0.01     <  0.01
- Self-collected oncogenic papillomavirus testing −0.61 0.09 (− 0.78; − 0.44) <  0.01 − 0.45 0.14 (− 0.71; − 0.18) 0.01
- Choice between pap smear or self-collected oncogenic papillomavirus testing − 0.16 0.08 (− 0.32; −4e−3) <  0.05     NS*
Inducement to women to perform screening     <  0.01     NS*
- Mailed invitation involving attending physician 0.44 0.11 (0.22; 0.66) <  0.01     
- Mailed invitation without involving attending physician −0.42 0.12 (−0.66; − 0.19) <  0.01     
- Delivery of screening prescription by student health services −0.32 0.13  (-0.59; -0.06) 0.02     
- Mailing of screening prescription     NS*     
- Delivery of screening prescription by occupational physicians     NS*     
Inducement to general practitioners     <  0.01     0.01
- Communication of lists of unscreened women to their practitioner 0.71 0.12 (0.48; 0.94) <  0.01 0.37 0.18 (0.02; 0.72) 0.04
- Fixed fee for time spent on screening 0.42 0.12 (0.17; 0.66) <  0.01     NS*
- Increasing fee for Pap smear     NS*     NS*
- Increasing fee for performance concerning uterine cervical cancer screening     NS*     NS*
- Remuneration of consultations dedicated to uterine cervical cancer screening     NS*     NS*
  1. * NS: Not Significant
  2. ** S.E: Standard Error
  3. *** n is number of observations in model and not the number of practitioners whose responses could be included (i.e. without any missing data), which is n/22
  4. 95% CI: 95% confidence interval