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Table 2 Percent of patient reporting screening for violence in the home

From: A practice-centered intervention to increase screening for domestic violence in primary care practices

  Pre-Intervention Survey (N = 1,482) Post-Intervention Survey (N = 1,527) Unadjusted OR (95% CI) Adjusted** OR (95% CI)
Women reporting they had been screened in past 12 months 16% (N = 236) 26%* (N = 398) 1.79 (1.45–2.20) 1.79 (1.43–2.23)
Range of screening by practice 2% to 49% 8% to 62%   
  1. *p < 0.001 for comparison with pre-intervention survey
  2. **Adjusted for patient age, race (white, non-white), marital status (married, not married), insurance, income (<$25,000, >$25,001), presence of children at home, number of visits, primary care provider gender, primary care provider type (family medicine, internal medicine, OB/Gyn, midlevel provider, other)