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Table 2 Number of samples prior to batch rejection, Hazard Ratio (HR) and 95% confidence interval (CI) according to independent variables

From: Factors associated with data quality in the routine health information system of Benin

Variables n Median number of samples prior to batch rejection P25-P75 HR 95% CI P
Gender
Female 73 4.0 (3–6) 1.47 0.96-2.22 0.079
Male 33 3.0 (3–4) 1   
Health center responsibility
Yes 38 5.0 (3–8) 1.52 1.01-2.30 0.011
No 64 3.0 (3–5) 1   
General level of education
University 16 5.0 (3–8) 1.47 0.86-2.50 0.165
Primary or secondary school 90 3.0 (3–5) 1   
Basic vocational training
Others 20 3.0 (3–7) 1.15 0.70-1.85 0.593
Health care staff 87 3.0 (3–6) 1   
Work location
Urban 57 3.0 (3–6) 0.99 0.69-1.44 0.971
Rural 52 3.0 (3–6) 1   
Sector of employment
Private 28 3.0 (3–3) 1.87 1.19-2.95 0.007
Public 81 4.0 (3–7) 1   
Training or retraining on RHIS in the last 12 months
Yes 26 6.0 (3–8) 1.49 1.06-2.38 0.026
No 90 3.0 (3–5) 1   
Availability of material resources
Yes 22 4.0 (3–6) 0.89 0.56-1.43 0.078
No 84 3.0 (3–6) 1   
Supervision on data quality
Yes 57 4.0 (3–6) 1.19 0.82-1.72 0.349
No 59 3.0 (3–5) 1   
Financial incentives
No 87 3.0 (3–6) 0.89 0.53-1.51 0.690
Yes 18 3.0 (3–6) 1   
Perceived complexity of the technical factors
No 43 4.0 (3–6) 1.15 0.78-1.71 0.466
Yes 62 3.0 (5–6) 1   
Perceived self efficacy
Low 26 3.0 (3–4) 1.42 0.84-2.27 0.052
High 63 4.0 (3–6) 1   
Level of work engagement
Low 55 3.0 (3–5) 1.56 1.05-2.27 <0.001
High 52 4.0 (3–7) 1