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Table 2 Family planning knowledge and skills of service providers by level of integration

From: Strengthening integration of family planning with HIV/AIDS and other services: experience from three Kenyan cities

Variable Description N Category 0:No Integration Category 1 Integration Category 2 Integration p-value
A: Service providers with adequate knowledge on FP
HTC 18 n = 8 (0%) n = 4 (25%) n = 6 (33%) 0.275a
 HIV/AIDS care services 19 n = 1 (0%) n = 4 (0%) n = 14 (0%) Not done
ANC 19 n = 4 (50%) n = 13 (69%) n = 2 (100%) 0.599a
PNC 20 n = 3 (33%) n = 1 (100%) n = 16 (75%) 0.455a
CWC 19 n = 8 (75%) n = 8 (75%) n = 3 (100%) 1.000a
B: Service provider training and skills
 Skills on providing short term FP methods 103 n = 26 (96%) n = 34 (97%) n = 43 (93%) 0.850b
 Skills on providing LARC FP methods 103 n = 26 (85%) n = 34 (85%) n = 43 (81%) 0.944b
 Ever received training in FP 103 n = 26 (92%) n = 34 (88%) n = 43 (100%) 0.048b
 Received training in FP during the 12 months preceding the survey 103 n = 26 (81%) n = 34 (68%) n = 43 (72%) 0.522b
 Has access to guidelines for providing FP services 89 n = 19 (95) n = 30 (83) n = 40 (85) 0.612b
 Has good knowledge of FP guidelines for providing FP services 83 n = 17 (71%) n = 28 (65%) n = 36 (66%) 0.901b
 Discusses with clients about need for family planning 95 N = 23 (87%) N = 31 (100%) N = 41 (80%) 0.020
C: Barriers to providing FP services
 Experienced FP supplies/ commodities shortages 103 n = 26 (62%) n = 34 (44%) n = 43 (30%) 0.0382b
 Inappropriate facility - confidentiality 103 n = 26 (12%) n = 34 (3%) n = 43 (5%) 0.431b
 Heavy workload 103 n = 26 (19%) n = 34 (24%) n = 43 (26%) 0.915b
  1. aFisher's Exact test p-value; bChi-square test p-value