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Table 5 Effects of intervention assignment on retention

From: Impact of reliable light and electricity on job satisfaction among maternity health workers in Uganda: A cluster randomized trial

  Retained
Assigned to intervention at baseline − 0.04
[− 0.23, 0.16]
Control mean 0.84
Observations 88
  1. A health worker was considered “retained” if she was (1) either interviewed for the health worker survey or observed in delivery observations at baseline and (2) re-interviewed or re-observed in the follow-up data collection round. Models included facility fixed effects. Results show point estimate and 95% confidence interval. Standard errors are clustered at facility level
  2. *p < 0.05, **p < 0.01, ***p < 0.001