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Table 8 Logistic regression result: odds of experiencing violence

From: Workplace violence and gender discrimination in Rwanda's health workforce: Increasing safety and gender equality

Variable Variables of significance in the aggregated model of violence both at work and during travel to and from work Sign. (p) Odds Ratio (Exp(B)) Inverse of Odds Ratio (if decline )
General (Sector and location) Religious sector (compared to Government) .017 4.7  
  City (compared to Rural) .012 11.8  
  Southern Province (compared to the North) .002 0.1 (11)
  Kigali City (compared to North) .009 0.1 (14)
Facility security People loitering in neighborhood adjacent to or surrounding facility .099* 2.7  
  Signs posted to indicate staff-only break areas (as compared to no signs) .043 2.7  
  Building entrance is visible from the street and free of heavy shrub growth (as compared to entrance not being visible) .002 0.1 (12)
Culture of respect High level of perceived respect which patients show to staff at workplace (compared to low level of respect ) .066* 0.7 (1.4)
  High level of perceived respect that supervisors and staff show to each other at the workplace (compared to low level of respect) .028 0.6 (2)
Gender equality Perceived equal chance for men and women to get hired for jobs for which they are qualified in the health sector (as compared to unequal chance) .009 0.2 (6)
  Perception of equal treatment at work received by men and women (as compared to unequal treatment) .017 0.2 (5)
  1. *Not highly significant