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Table 6 Bivariate and multi-variables analysis of associated factors of implementation of Evidence-based practice among nurses and midwives working in Amhara Region Public Hospitals, North Ethiopia, 2019

From: Implementation of evidence-based practice and associated factors among nurses and midwives working in Amhara Region government hospitals: a cross-sectional study

Variables Have IEBP Crude OR (95%CI) Adjusted OR (95%CI)
Yes No
Age of participant
 20–24 years 38 90 1  
 25–29 years 159 270 1.4 (0.9–2.14) *5.98 (1.34–26.7)
 30–34 years 51 98 1.2 (0.7–2.05) 2.8 (0.6–13.3
 35–54 years 26 58 1.06 (0.6–1.9) 4.1 (0.8–20.94)
Barriers of IEBP
 Poor 159 84 ***21.9 (13.72–34.97) 1 ***11.97 (5.5–25.84)
 Moderate 87 108 ***9.3 (5.78–15.04) ***4.8 (2.2–10.6)
 Desirable 28 324 1  
Attitude
 Poor 10 66 1  
 Moderate 133 326 **2.7 (1.3–5.4) 1.97 (0.5–7.9)
 Desirable 131 124 ***6.97 (3.4–14.2) *5.02 (1.221.5)
Self-efficacy of IEBP skill
 Poor 21 328 1  
 Moderate and desirable 253 188 ***21.02 (13.0–33.96) ***12.5 (5.7–27.5)
Nursing/midwifery work-index
 Poor 81 293 1  
 Moderate 164 191 ***3.1 (2.25–4.29) *2.03 (1.03–3.99)
 Desirable 29 32 ***3.28 (1.87–5.74) **3.9 (1.4–10.87)
Knowledge     
 Knowledgeable 198 198 ***4.18 (3.04–5.75) ***3.06 (1.6–5.77)
 Not knowledgeable 76 318 1  
  1. *P-value 0.05, **P-value 0.01 and ***P-value 0.001
  2. IEBP Implementation of evidence-based practice