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Table 3 Change in average knowledge and self-efficacy scores after PRONTO training, by participants’ characteristics

From: Training in obstetric and neonatal emergencies in Mexico: effect on knowledge and self-efficacy by gender, age, shift, and profession

  KnowledgeSelf-efficacy
n = 347n = 347
Change95% CIChange95% CI
GenderMale20.1(17.4,22.8)3.9(0,7.8)
Female19.8(18,21.6)6.1(3,9.3)
Age (years)< 3019.8(16.8,22.8)8.7(4.5,12.8)
30,4920.8(19,22.6)4.2(1,7.4)
50+16.4(12.8,20.1)4.3(−0.7,9.4)
ProfessionOBGYN16.6(12.5,20.6)6.6(1.3,11.8)
Nurses22.0(19.8,24.3)5.6(1.8,9.3)
Midwives / obstetric nurses15.9(6.1,25.7)0.0(−13.7,13.7)
Interns16.9(6.1,27.7)16.9(4.1,29.7)
General practitioners18.7(15.7,21.6)3.6(−0.5,7.7)
Pediatricians16.0(9, 23)8.00(− 0.9,16.9)
Other medical specialists20.6(16,25.1)4.1(−1.8,10.1)
Working shiftDay19.7(17.7,21.7)4.8(1.6,8)
Afternoon19.0(15.6,22.3)5.3(0.5,10.2)
Night22.3(19,25.5)6.1(1.4,10.8)
Extended (weekends and holidays)18.7(14.9,22.4)6.0(1,10.9)
  1. Mean changes estimated by mixed-effects linear regression models, including interaction terms for each participant’s covariates, CI confidence interval