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Table 3 Correlates of any type of IPV among FP clients at the AGBEF Clinic from March to June 2014, Conakry, Guinea (N = 232)

From: Prevalence and correlates of intimate partner violence among family planning clients in Conakry, Guinea

  IPV positive N (%) Unadjusted OR (95 % CI) Adjusteda OR (95 % CI) P-value
Total 232 232 232  
Age, years 28.5 (7.9) 0.98 (0.92–1.03) 0.93 (0.82–1.05) 0.222
Marital status 0.954
 Married 86 (91.5) 1 1  
 Not married 127 (92.0) 1.07 (0.41–2.78) 0.96 (0.23–3.92)  
Woman’s level of education
 None 67 (91.8) 2.79 (0.82–9.49) 0.75 (0.06–9.02) 0.820
 Primary 51 (92.7) 3.19 (0.82–12.36) 1.59 (0.18–14.31) 0.681
 Secondary and vocational 71 (95.9) 5.92 (1.37–25.51) 8.44 (1.22–58.47) 0.031
 Higher 24 (80.0) 1 1  
Woman’s occupation
 Housewife 20 (95.2) 3.26 (0.37–28.27) 12.92 (0.44–72.38) 0.139
 Workwoman 38 (95.0) 3.09 (0.60–15.80) 7.18 (0.51–100.21) 0.143
 Seller 80 (94.1) 2.60 (0.78–8.70) 9.69 (0.77–99.46) 0.078
 Employee 32 (88.9) 1.30 (0.35–4.83) 2.56 (0.36–18.33) 0.349
 Student 43 (86.0) 1 1  
Residence 0.016
 Dixinn 111 (87.4) 1 1  
 Other communes 102 (97.1) 4.90 (1.39–17.31) 5.60 (1.37–22.85)  
Partner occupation
 Unemployed 32 (86.5) 1 1 0.291
 Workman 35 (92.1) 1.82 (0.40–8.25) 2.83 (0.41–19.50) 0.306
 Seller 71 (92.2) 1.85 (0.52–6.51) 2.33 (0.46–11.85) 0.269
 Employee 60 (93.8) 2.34 (0.59–9.34) 2.75 (0.46–16.64) 0.783
 Student 15 (93.8) 2.34 (0.25–21.86) 0.63 (0.02–16.28)  
Partner’s level of education
 None 64 (94.1) 2.42 (0.61–9.64) 3.77 (0.57–24.68) 0.166
 Primary 33 (86.8) 1 1 0.859
 Secondary and vocational 70 (90.9) 1.51 (0.45–5.13) 0.87 (0.18–4.22) 0.105
 Higher 46 (93.9) 2.32 (0.52–10.41) 7.00 (0.67–73.74)  
Number of live children 2.45 (1.8) 1.16 (0.87–1.55) 1.55 (0.85–2.85) 0.155
FP method adopted
 Injectable 166 (95.4) 4.86 (1.85–12.77) 4.54 (1.22–16.83) 0.024
 Non injectable 47 (81.0) 1 1  
Duration of FP use (months) 6.9 (10.6) 1.04 (0.97–1.11) 1.08 (0.99–1.19) 0.093
  1. Hosmer–Lemeshow test for goodness-of-fit: chi2 (8 d.f.) = 7.64; p = 0.470
  2. Woman’s occupation and Partner’s occupation were not included in bivariate and multivariate analyses because of correlation with respectively woman and partner’s level of education
  3. OR odds ratios, CI confidence interval, IUD intra uterine device
  4. aMultivariate analysis adjusting for possible confounding factors