AIDS Research and Treatment / 2013 / Article / Tab 4

Research Article

Integration of HIV Care with Primary Health Care Services: Effect on Patient Satisfaction and Stigma in Rural Kenya

Table 4

Regression analyses of changes in patient satisfaction over time in an evaluation of HIV service integration in Suba district, Kenya.

Outcome3 months12 months

β (95% CI)
Office courtesy and helpfulness0.40 (−0.32, 1.21)0.61 (−0.08, 1.31)
AOR (95% CI)
Overall satisfaction0.45 (0.21, 0.95)1.32 (0.62, 2.78)
Satisfaction: group talks and vitals (CCHAs)1.11 (0.53, 2.31)1.55 (0.77, 3.13)
Satisfaction: reception1.02 (0.50, 2.11)2.71 (1.32, 5.56)
Satisfaction: nurses0.74 (0.34, 1.61)1.90 (0.89, 4.04)
Satisfaction: lab0.75 (0.34, 1.67)1.23 (0.57, 2.78)
Satisfaction: clinicians0.59 (0.27, 1.26)1.53 (0.73, 3.20)
HIV education$1.29 (0.64, 2.62)3.28 (1.92, 6.83)
Wait time$1.01 (0.51, 1.98)1.97 (1.03, 3.76)

Controlling for being on ARVs, .
$Controlling for being on ARVs and language of survey, .
Controlling for being on ARVs, language of survey, sex.

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