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Table 2 Sexual and reproductive health education and ever use of contraceptive among women in slums in Accra, Ghana

From: Sexual and reproductive health education and its association with ever use of contraception: a cross-sectional study among women in urban slums, Accra

Variable Model I cOR [95% CI] Model II aOR [95% CI]
Had Sexual and reproductive health education
 Yes Ref Ref
 No 0.641* [0.443, 0.928] 0.652* [0.436, 0.975]
Age   
 15–24   Ref
 25–34   1.325 [0.826, 2.127]
 35–49   1.068 [0.552, 2.066]
Education   
 No formal education   Ref
 Primary   1.507 [0.793, 2.863]
 Secondary/higher   0.687 [0.448, 1.054]
Marital status
 Never married   Ref
 Married   0.577* [0.353, 0.944]
 Cohabiting   2.786 [0.876, 8.861]
 Separated/divorced/widowed   0.91 [0.416, 1.992]
Ethnicity
 Akan   Ref
 Ga-Dangme   0.801 [0.412, 1.558]
 Ewe   1.388 [0.679, 2.837]
 Mole-Dagbani   0.779 [0.472, 1.288]
 Gurma   0.655 [0.219, 1.961]
 Other   0.945 [0.434, 2.056]
Exposure to radio
 Yes   2.183*** [1.379, 3.456]
 No   Ref
NHIS subscription
 Yes   Ref
 No   0.626 [0.385, 1.018]
 N 691 691
 Pseudo R2 0.008 0.06
  1. Exponentiated coefficients; 95% confidence intervals in brackets; cOR, crude Odds Ratio; aOR, adjusted Odds Ratios; CI, Confidence Interval; Ref, reference category
  2. *p < 0.05, ** p < 0.01, *** p < 0.001