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Table 2 Characteristics of women with observed consultations and interviews by clinic type, accounting for clustering

From: Do mobile clinics provide high-quality antenatal care? A comparison of care delivery, knowledge outcomes and perception of quality of care between fixed and mobile clinics in central Haiti

  Fixed clinics Mobile clinics p-value
Women observed n = 345 n = 651–652  
 Primigravid 21.0% 20.0% .67
 First consultation 31.4% 36.0% .44
 Mean months pregnant if first visit to clinica 4.82 5.26 .06
 Mean months pregnant if not first visit to clinicb 6.63 6.59 .83
Women interviewed n = 215 n = 367–368  
 Primigravid 22.6% 18.9% .40
 First consultation 34.9% 34.3% .74
 Mean months pregnant if first visit to clinicc 4.92 5.18 .35
 Mean months pregnant if not first visit to clinicd 6.35 6.60 .14
  1. Predicted values and significance testing performed using xtmelogit or xtmixed adjusting for clinic, cluster and health care provider
  2. Statistically significant at p ≤ .05
  3. a n = 106 and 252 for fixed and mobile clinics respectively
  4. b n = 231 and 387 for fixed and mobile clinics respectively
  5. c n = 75 and 126 for fixed and mobile clinics respectively
  6. d n = 140 and 241 for fixed and mobile clinics respectively