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Table 3 Bivariable and multivariable logistic regression of healthcare providers in South Gondar hospitals, Northwest Ethiopia, 2021 (n = 214)

From: The shadow challenges to improve the state essential newborn care practices in healthcare providers: evidence from a multicentre cross-sectional study in Ethiopia

ENBC practice OR (95% CI)  
  Good (160) Poor (54) COR AOR P-value
Age
 20–24 14 5 0.77 (0.19–3.16)   
 35–29 78 21 0.58 (0.19–1.72)   
 30–35 55 22 0.87 (0.29–2.57)   
> 35 13 6 1   
Sex
 Male 64 31 0.5 (0.25–0.93) 0.5 (0.22–1.13) 0.096
 Female 96 23 1 1  
Religion
 Orthodox 133 46 1.2 (0.24–6.04)  
 Muslim 20 6 1.1 (0.17–6.46)  
 Protestant 7 2 1   
Educational status
 Diploma 22 26 3.5 (1.78–7.04) 3.0 (1.28–7.18) 0.012*
 Degree and Above 138 28 1 1  
Marital status
 Single 57 19 1.6 (0.40–6.00)  
 Married 89 32 1.7 (0.45–6.22)  
 Divorced/Widowed 14 3 1   
Field of study
 Nurse 108 28 1 1  
 Midwifery 52 26 1.9 (1.02–3.61) 1.2 (0.56–2.73) 0.600
Monthly salary
 2000–3500 11 7 2.1 (0.71–6.17) 1.2 (0.30–4.78) 0.803
 3500–500 27 6 0.7 (0.26–2.04) 0.7 (0.19–2.30) 0.509
 5000–6500 63 23 1.2 (0.59–2.44) 0.8 (0.34–2.08) 0.708
  > 6500 59 18 1 1  
Working experience (in the year)
 0–5 years 73 46 3.9 (1.29–12.0) 3.6 (0.96–13.1) 0.051
 6–10 years 62 4 0.4 (0.09–1.74) 0.4 (0.07–1.75) 0.203
  > 10 years 25 4 1 1  
Workload
 Yes 82 46 4.6 (2.13–10.1) 2.9 (1.18–7.27) 0.021*
 No 78 8 1 1  
Training
 Yes 100 31 1  
 No 60 23 3.1 (1.64–5.88) 3.9 (1.73–8.92) 0.001**
Availability of equipment
 Yes 116 35 1  
 No 44 19 1.4 (0.74–2.76)   
Availability of drugs and vaccines
 Yes 131 31 1 1  
 No 29 23 2.5 (1.30–4.98 5.5 (2.20–13.8) 0.000**
  1. * Significant at < 0.05; ** Significant at < 0.01; COR Crude odds ratio, AOR Adjusted odds ratio, CI Confidence interval, ENBC Essential new born care practices