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Community level results of multilevel logistic model for the outcome of modern contraceptive use, domains of community demographics and fertility norms and community economic prosperity.

By K. Miriam Elfstrom (5652061) and Rob Stephenson (183426)

Abstract

<p>Values reported as adjusted odds ratio (95% CI)*†.</p>*<p>Models controlled for the following individual and household level factors: age, age at marriage, partner age difference, number of living children, death of a child, gender composition of children, religion, residence, wealth, employment, education (respondent and partner), violence index, decision-making autonomy index, HIV knowledge index, reproductive health knowledge index, media exposure index.</p>†<p>Bolded figures are significant at 0.05 level.</p>**<p>Information on age at first intercourse not collected in the 2008 Egypt DHS – Women’s Questionnaire.</p

Topics: Medicine, Biotechnology, Ecology, multilevel, logistic, contraceptive, domains, demographics, fertility, norms
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0040670.t003
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/277602
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