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Table 1 Simple logistic regression of factors significantly determining the odds for providing a correct answer to Question 1 for Clinical Cases 1 and 2

From: Acute stroke awareness of family physicians: translation of policy to practice

Diagnosis Odds ratio 95% Confidence interval P
Lower limit Upper limit
Clinical Case 1
 Gender (Woman/Man) 1.213 0.525 2.802 0.651
 Age (years) 1.050 1.016 1.086 0.004
 Diploma received before 2005 (yes/no) 0.321 0.112 0.916 0.034
 Years of working (years) 1.058 1.019 1.100 0.003
 Other specialisation (yes/no) 0.292 0.120 0.710 0.007
 Practice located within 90 km radius (yes/no) 4.504 1.779 11.401 0.001
 Thrombolysis mentioned to patient (yes/no) (Q2 case 1) 3.976 1.702 9.289 0.001
 Thrombolysis communicated accurately (yes/no) (Q2 case 1) 2.833 1.165 6.892 0.022
Clinical Case 2
 Gender (Woman/Man) 1.133 0.484 2.656 0.773
 Age (years) 1.055 1.019 1.092 0.002
 Work (board-certified family physician) (yes/no) 0.085 0.011 0.654 0.018
 Diploma received before 2005 (yes/no) 0.104 0.023 0.467 0.003
 Years of working (years) 1.077 1.034 1.122 0.000
 Other specialisation (yes/no) 0.391 0.163 0.940 0.036
 Practice located within 90 km radius (yes/no) 3.631 1.454 9.065 0.006