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Table 3 Factors related to students’ satisfaction with their experience of health service

From: A governmental program to encourage medical students to deliver primary prevention: experiment and evaluation in a French faculty of medicine

  Unsatisfied students (n = 157, 46%) Satisfied students (n = 184, 54%) Univariate analysis Multivariate analysis
N (%) N (%) OR raw [IC95%] OR adjusted [IC95%]
Gender (Missing data = 5)
Male 55 (16.1) 50 (14.7) 0.7 [0.4–1.1]* 0.8 [0.5–1.3]
Female 102 (30.0) 134 (39.3) ref  
E-learning participation
Yes 94 (27.6) 122 (35.8) 1.3 [0.8–2.0]  
No 63 (18.5) 62 (18.2) ref  
Place of intervention
Middle School 8 (2.3) 5 (1.5) 0.3 [0.1–0.9]* 0.6 [0.2–2.4]
High school 44 (12.9) 99 (29.0) ref Ref
Universities 99 (29.0) 60 (17.6) 0.3 [0.2–0.4] * 0.5 [0.3–0.8]
Social structure 6 (1.8) 20 (5.9) 1.5 [0.6–3.9]* 1.7 [0.6–5.0]
Intervention theme
Nutrition 38 (11.1) 41 (12.0) Ref
Physical activity 33 (9.7) 35 (10.3) 1.0 [0.5–1.9]
Addiction 40 (11.7) 48 (14.1) 1.1 [0.6–2.0]
Sexuality 46 (13.5) 60 (17.6) 1.2 [0.7–2.2]
Number of beneficiaries per week
  < 10 29 (8.5) 4 (1.2) 0.2 [0.1–0.6]* 0.3 [0.1–0.8]
10–50 65 (19.1) 43 (12.6) ref ref
50–150 41 (12.0) 96 (28.1) 3.5 [2.1–6.0]* 2.7 [1.5–4.8]
150–300 18 (5.3) 39 (11.4) 3.3 [1.7–6.4]* 2.0 [0.9–4.4]
  > 300 4 (1.2) 2 (0.6) 0.8 [0.1–4.3] 0.5 [0.1–3.1]
  Med (Q1-Q3) Med (Q1-Q3) OR raw [IC95%] OR adjusted [IC95%]
Mean hours of personal work 5 (3–7) 5 (3–8) 1.1 [1.0–1.1]* 1.0 [1.0–1.0]
  1. *p value < 0.20, variables with p < 0.20 in univariate analysis were included in the multivariate analysis
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