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Table 3 Multivariate logistic regression, dependent variable: respondent used a net “last night”

From: Impact of a mass media campaign on bed net use in Cameroon

  Odds ratio Robust standard error P-value 95% confidence interval
Exposure to KO Palu NightWatch      
Recall zero/one element 1.000     
Recall two or more elements of campaign 1.482 0.174 0.001 1.177 1.864
Age      
Each additional year, 15-64 1.013 0.005 0.015 1.002 1.023
Gender      
Male 1.000     
Female 1.292 0.143 0.021 1.040 1.604
Education      
No formal education 1.000     
Each additional level: primary, more than primary 1.309 0.144 0.014 1.055 1.624
Religion      
Islam or other 1.000     
Christianity 1.464 0.193 0.004 1.130 1.897
Children      
None 1.000     
At least one in household 1.279 0.140 0.025 1.032 1.585
Location      
Urban 1.000     
Rural 0.782 0.092 0.037 0.621 0.985
Region      
Centre, East, West, South, North-west, South-west 1.000     
Adamawa, Far North, Littoral, North 0.445 0.054 0.000 0.351 0.564
Socio-economic Status      
Do not own basic goods (television, radio, mobile phone, or DVD/VCD player) 1.000     
Number of basic household goods owned 0.695 0.038 0.000 0.624 0.774
Net ownership      
At least one net in household 1.000     
Enough nets for all sleeping spaces in household 3.164 0.377 0.000 2.505 3.997
Knowledge of bed nets      
Did not mention bed nets for malaria prevention 1.000     
Mentioned bed nets for malaria prevention 1.455 0.197 0.006 1.116 1.898
  1. N = 1,717 respondents with at least one bed net in household.
  2. Likelihood ratio χ2(11) = 218.52.
  3. P-value = 0.0000.
  4. Pseudo R2 = 0.1168.