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Table 3 Association of other social related factors and accessibility to facilities

From: Social barriers in accessing care by clients who returned to HIV care after transient loss to follow-up

  Accessibility to facility Total p
Difficult Easy
Know partner status
 Yes 152 (72.38) 58 (27.62) 210 (71.43) 0.728
 No 45 (77.59) 13 (22.41) 58 (19.73)  
 Missing 19 (73.08) 7 (26.92) 26 (8.84)  
Partner status
 Positive 93 (73.23) 34 (26.77) 127 (43.20) 0.754
 Negative 59 (71.08) 24 (28.92) 83 (28.23)  
 Missing 64 (76.19) 20 (23.81) 84 (28.57)  
Disclosed HIV status
 Yes 152 (72.38) 58 (27.62) 210 (71.48) 0.728
 No 45 (77.59) 13 (22.41) 58 (19.73)  
 Missing 19 (73.08) 7 (26.92) 26 (8.84)  
Lack support
 Yes 179 (75.21) 59 (24.79) 238 (80.95) <0.001
 No 16 (48.48) 17 (51.52) 33 (11.22)  
 Missing 21 (91.30) 2 (8.70) 23 (7.82)  
Type of lack of support
 Financial 126 (70.79) 52 (29.21) 178 (60.54) <0.001
 Psychological/emotional 53 (88.33) 7 (11.67) 60 (20.41)  
 Others (disclosure to spouse/knowledge of illness…) 16 (48.48) 17 (51.52) 33 (11.22)  
 Missing 21 (91.30) 2 (8.70) 23 (7.82)  
Perception of adequate family support
 Yes 165 (70.21) 70 (29.79) 235 (79.93) 0.028 (LR)
 No 46 (86.79) 7 (13.21) 53 (18.03)  
 Missing 5 (83.33) 1 (16.67) 6 (2.04)  
Perception of adequate spousal support
 Yes 157 (72.02) 61 (27.98) 218 (74.15) 0.495 (LR)
 No 48 (76.19) 15 (23.81) 63 (21.43)  
 Missing 11 (84.62) 2 (15.38) 13 (4.42)  
Perception of adequate support from healthcare workers
 Yes 174 (70.45) 73 (29.55) 247 (84.01) 0.014 (LR)
 No 36 (90.00) 4 (10.00) 40 (13.61)  
 Missing 6 (85.71) 1 (14.29) 7 (2.38)  
  1. LR likelihood ratio, p p-value
  2. Italicized is significant at < 0.05