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Table 4 Logistic regression odds ratios of the association of interactions between network characteristics with health facility birth among women with most recent childbirth

From: Structural and functional network characteristics and facility delivery among women in rural Ghana

  Facility delivery
Network characteristics Interaction model 1
AOR (95% CI)
Interaction model 2
AOR (95% CI)
Number of network members that respondent lived near 0.83 (0.65–1.05)
There was someone to give respondent advice:
 Less of the time
 More of the time
1.0
1.08 (0.59–1.98)
1.0
0.66 (0.23–1.92)
Number of women respondent know that have gone to a facility for pregnancy-related care:   
 Fewer number
 Some
 Greater number
--
--
--
1
0.67 (0.28–1.61)
1.54 (0.59–4.01)
Number of network members that respondent lived near X There was someone to give respondent advice   
1.37 (1.00–1.87) + --
There was someone to give respondents advice X
Number of women respondent know that have gone to a facility for pregnancy-related care:
  
 Fewer number
 Some
 Greater number
--
--
--
1
5.58 (1.64–19.02)**
0.65 (0.48–5.65)
  1. Note: each regression model controlled for age, education, employment, household wealth, parity, marital status, religion ethnicity, region, and who usually make decision about your healthcare. Model 1 included interaction of network structure and social support, and Model 2 included the interaction of social support and social influence. *p ≤ 0.05; **p ≤ 0.01; + p = .052