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Table 3 Association between client baseline characteristics and reported disrespect and abuse (D&A) during child birth, JUMC, Oct to Dec 2016

From: Prevalence of disrespect and abuse during facility based child birth and associated factors, Jimma University Medical Center, Southwest Ethiopia

  Any D&A COR (95% CI) AOR (95% CI)
Yes No
Age < 25 124 12 0.230 (0.029, 1.817)  
25–29 97 11 0.196 (0.025,1.565)  
≥ 30 45 1 1  
Religion Muslim 201 8 1  
Non Muslim 65 16 0.162 (0.066,0.395)  
Marital status Married 253 18 1 1
Others 13 6 0.154 (0.052,0.453) 0.046 (0.009,0.222)*
Education No formal education/ primary school 144 19 1 1
Secondary and above 122 5 3.219 (1.168,8.877) 3.25 (1.028,10.272)*
Occupation House wife 215 17 1  
Others 51 7 0.576 (0.213,1.736)  
Household monthly income (quintile) Lowest +2nd    1  
Middle    1.279 (0.426,3.836)  
4th + Highest    0.952 (0.367,2.471)  
Residence Jimma town 102 13 0.526 (0.227,1.219)  
Outside Jimma 164 12 1  
Parity (including current one) 1 146 8 1 1
> 1 120 16 0.411 (0.170, 0.993) 0.283 (0.093,0.862)*
ANC utilization Yes 262 23 1  
No 4 1 0.351 (0.033,18.034)  
Length of stay in the hospital ≤ 24 h 228 22 1  
>  24 h 38 2 1.833 (0.421,16.692)  
Index birth complication Yes 56 2 2.933 (0.685,26.411)  
No 210 22 1  
Number of health professionals who attended the mother 1–2 139 19 1  
>  2 127 5 3.472 (1.259, 9.572) 3.011 (0.838,10.823)
Sex of main health provider who attended mother Male 228 9 1 1
Female 38 15 0.10 (0.041,0.245) 0.076 (0.026,0.224)*
Someone other than concerned health provider had got access to see you during labor Yes 61 3 2.083 (0.601,7.220)  
No 205 21 1