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Table 3 Changes in probability of reporting future intent to deliver in a health facility (home birth group only) N = 524

From: Modeling the relationship between women’s perceptions and future intention to use institutional maternity care in the Western Highlands of Guatemala

Variable Model 1 Model 2 Model 3 Model 4 Model 5
(Determinants of intention/controls) (Access to institutional care) (Perceived need) (Satisfaction) (Disrespect & abuse)
Municipality
 1 = Nebaj, 0 = Cotzal/ Chajul
−0.149*** −0.145*** −0.126*** −0.135*** −0.138***
Language
 1 = indigenous, 0 = Spanish
−0.081 −0.089* −0.076 −0.070 −0.062
Parity
 1 = 6-15, 0 < 6
−0.024 −0.014 −0.018 −0.012 −0.019
Education
 1 = some, 0 = none
0.078** 0.077** 0.054** 0.052** 0.052**
Age 0.005* 0.004 0.002 0.002 0.002
Distance
 1 = proximate, 0 = distal
  0.099*** 0.081*** 0.072*** 0.065***
Wealth   0.008 −0.006 −0.006 −0.004
Willingness to recommend facility birth to others
 1 = yes
   0.188*** 0.172*** 0.171***
Satisfaction with care during last birth
 1 = very good/good, 0 = average to very poor
    −0.310*** −0.304***
Perceptions of abandonment in health facilities
 1 = yes
     −0.008
Perceptions of “unfair requests for payment” in health facilities
 1 = yes
     0.073
Df 5 7 8 9 11
Model Diff Chi2   12.71*** 53.75*** 24.31*** 2.42
Models compared   (1&2) (2&3) (3&4) (4&5)
  1. Source: Compiled by author using COTONEB survey data
  2. *p < 0.10, **p < 0.05, ***p < 0.010