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Table 6 Predictors of ANC providers discussing the importance of oral health with pregnant women and advising women to visit dentists during early pregnancy

From: What do antenatal care providers understand and do about oral health care during pregnancy: a cross-sectional survey in New South Wales, Australia

Predictors of ANC providers discussing importance of oral health with pregnant women Predictors of ANC providers advising women to visit dentists during early pregnancy
Years of experience Odds Ratio (95% CI)  Years of experience Odds Ratio (95% CI)
 <=10 yrs vs >20 yrs 2.617 (1.600, 4.280)  <=10 yrs vs >20 yrs 3.554 (2.160, 5.842) †
 <=10 yrs vs 11–20 yrs 1.259 (0.719, 2.197)  <=10 yrs vs 11–20 yrs 2.098 (1.201, 3.666)
Received formal education / training on oral health during pregnancy 3.518 (1.246, 9.924) Has information / brochures on oral health during pregnancy 4.536 (2.593, 7.933)
Has information / brochures on oral health during pregnancy 3.047 (1.740, 5.333) Knowledge < 75% correct responses 2.387 (1.543, 3.691)
Nagelkerke R-squared 0.13 Nagelkerke R-squared 0.194
Pearson goodness-of-fit 16df (p = 0.693) Pearson goodness-of-fit 18df (p = 0.789)
Test of parallel lines 4df (p = 0.900) Test of parallel lines 4df (p = 0.745)
  1. P < 0.05