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Table 4 Association between PCFP score and current family planning use (at 3 month follow up), and the impact of the intervention on person-centered related outcomes

From: A mixed-methods evaluation of the impact of a person-centered family planning intervention for community health workers on family planning outcomes in India

  Currently using family planning (at 3 month follow up)
(Odds ratio, standard errors)
PCFP Score
(coefficient, standard errors)
ASHA had a strong or extremely strong preference about Method
(Odds ratio, standard errors).
ASHA was Involved the right amount
(Odds ratio, standard errors).
PCFP score 1.041*** (0.00748)    
Intervention   0.876 (0.528) 1.861*** (0.249) 1.098 (0.152)
Age (compared to 18–24)
 25–29 0.911 (0.143) 0.249** (0.176) 1.234 (0.192) 0.900 (0.145)
 30–34 1.093 (0.211) 0.163** (0.142) 1.146 (0.219) 0.912 (0.180)
 Over 35 0.468*** (0.111) 0.0299*** (0.0312) 0.466*** (0.110) 0.484*** (0.126)
Education (compared to illiterate/none/primary
 Secondary/post-secondary 1.148 (0.204) 0.452 (0.361) 1.287 (0.227) 0.702* (0.129)
 College 0.998 (0.153) 0.0457*** (0.0312) 1.246 (0.189) 0.601*** (0.0964)
 Still in school 1.001 (0.255) 4.087 (4.712) 1.235 (0.313) 0.975 (0.251)
 Occupation (homemaker compared to working) 0.648 (0.176) 3.062 (3.693) 1.303 (0.354) 1.103 (0.326)
Caste (compared to Scheduled Caste/tribe)
 Other Backwards Caste 1.178 (0.192) 3.356* (2.465) 0.898 (0.146) 1.298 (0.224)
 General 1.154 (0.258) 4.657 (4.667) 0.981 (0.217) 1.437 (0.337)
 Religion (Muslim vs Hindu) 0.907 (0.159) 0.460 (0.370) 1.017 (0.180) 0.896 (0.167)
 Desire More Children 1.123 (0.153) 0.196*** (0.120) 0.945 (0.127) 1.027 (0.144)
 Constant 0.479* (0.210) 4.476e+ 13*** (7.532e+ 13) 0.501* (0.189) 0.582 (0.235)
 Observations 1056 1056 1056 1056
 R-squared   0.048   
  1. *** p < 0.01, ** p < 0.05, * p < 0.1
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