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Table 2 Univariate analysis of THMs retention

From: Impact of take-home messages written into slide presentations delivered during lectures on the retention of messages and the residents’ knowledge: a randomized controlled study

VariableTHM non-accordance
n = 3174
THM accordance
n = 564
OR [95% CI], P value
Intervention lectures, n (%)1553 (48.9)238 (42.2)0.79 [0.45–1.38], p = 0.40
Male, n (%)2202 (69.4)381 (67.6)0.92 [0.76–1.11], p = 0.39
THMs written on slides, n (%)2157 (68.0)473 (83.9)2.99 [2.24–3.99], p < 0.001
Notetaking, n (%)1297 (40.9)341 (60.5)2.04 [1.69–2.47], p < 0.001
Slides per lecture, (number)57 [46–60]53 [44–58]0.97 [0.95–0.99], p = 0.008
Lecture in afternoon, n (%)1489 (46.9)242 (42.9)0.92 [0.52–1.65], p = 0.79
Teaching experience (years)21.4 ± 8.822.6 ± 9.31.02 [0.99–1.05], p = 0.30
  1. THM take-home message