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Table 4 Logistic regression analysis showing respondent characteristics associated with high scores on the ‘Value of Research’ subscale and on the ‘Value for Innovation’ subscale of the Edmonton Research Orientation Survey 2011 and 2014 (n = 111), Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, University of British Columbia

From: Determinants of research engagement in academic obstetrics and gynaecology

Characteristic Adjusted odds ratio 95 % CI P value
Value of Research
 Age <50 years 0.34 0.08–1.49 0.15
 Research degree: Yes 0.34 0.10–1.14 0.08
 Years of clinical experience <20 0.58 0.14–2.50 0.47
 Attended courses in research design: Yes 1.58 0.54–4.67 0.40
 Work hours per week: <50 0.55 0.18–1.69 0.30
 Journal reading (during paid hours): Yes 1.71 0.47–6.28 0.41
Journal reading (during unpaid hours): Yes 0.21 0.07–0.62 0.005
Research work (during paid hours): Yes 5.76 1.28–25.8 0.02
Research work (during unpaid hours): Yes 4.19 1.37–12.8 0.01
Value for innovation
 Age <50 years 2.68 0.41–17.3 0.30
 Research degree: Yes 0.51 0.10–2.58 0.42
 Years of clinical experience <20 2.11 0.36–12.5 0.41
 Attended courses in research design: Yes 2.35 0.60–9.18 0.22
 Work hours per week: <50 2.23 0.58–8.60 0.25
 Journal reading (during paid hours): Yes 3.97 0.48–33.2 0.20
 Journal reading (during unpaid hours): Yes 0.43 0.12–1.55 0.20
 Research work (during paid hours): Yes 0.85 0.07–9.64 0.89
 Research work (during unpaid hours): Yes 3.88 0.52–28.8 0.19
  1. Statistically significant associations appear in bold text