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Table 5 Logistic regression analyses showing respondent characteristics associated with high scores on the ‘Research Involvement’ subscale and the ‘Research Utilization/Evidence-Based Practice’ 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 Odds ratio 95 % CI P value
Research Involvement
 Age <50 years 1.42 0.26–7.86 0.69
 Research degree: Yes 0.70 0.18–2.77 0.61
 Years of clinical experience <20 0.94 0.16–5.47 0.94
 Attended courses in research design: Yes 4.91 0.94–25.6 0.06
 Work hours per week: <50 0.75 0.18–3.12 0.69
 Journal reading (during paid hours): Yes 0.79 0.16–3.99 0.77
 Journal reading (during unpaid hours): Yes 0.72 0.20–2.53 0.60
Research work (during paid hours): Yes 14.6 2.90–72.9 0.001
Research work (during unpaid hours): Yes 6.48 1.86–22.6 0.003
Research Utilization/Evidence-Based Practice  
Age <50 years 11.0 1.35–89.8 0.03
 Research degree: Yes 0.33 0.07–1.50 0.15
Years of clinical experience <20 19.7 2.18–178.8 0.008
 Attended courses in research design: Yes 3.18 0.79–12.7 0.10
 Work hours per week: <50 2.12 0.48–9.36 0.32
 Journal reading (during paid hours): Yes 1.40 0.18–10.7 0.75
 Journal reading (during unpaid hours): Yes 0.76 0.23–2.53 0.65
 Research work (during paid hours): Yes 1.21 0.15–10.2 0.86
Research work (during unpaid hours): Yes 8.15 1.60–41.5 0.01
  1. Statistically significant associations appear in bold text