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Table 2 Potential determinants of healthcare workers’ compliance with COVID-19 preventive measures

From: Healthcare workers’ compliance and its potential determinants to prevent COVID-19 in public hospitals in Western Ethiopia

Variables Good Compliance Poor Compliance COR, 95%CI AOR, 95% CI P-value
Spending most of caring time at bedside
 Yes 72 (24.6) 221 (75.4) 1.80 (1.008–3.22) 1.94 [1.06–3.55]* 0.03
 No 17 (15.3) 94 (84.7) 1.00 1.00  
Receiving training on infection prevention/COVID-19
 Yes 70 (27.3) 186 (72.7) 2.55 (1.46–4.44) 1.86 [1.04–3.33]* 0.03
 No 19 (12.8) 129 (87.2) 1.00 1.00  
Reading materials on COVID-19
 Yes 68 (28.9) 167 (71.1) 2.87 (1.67–4.9) 2.04 [1.14–3.63]* 0.01
 No 21 (12.4) 148 (87.6) 1.00   
Having support from hospital management
 Yes 65 (29.3) 157 (70.7) 2.72 (1.62–4.57) 2.09 [1.20–3.64]* 0.009
 No 24 (13.2) 158 (86.8) 1.00   
  1. *: indicates significant variables at p-value < 0.05 in multivariate logistic regression