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Table 4 Technical competence during FP counselling in HCs, Omo Nada district, 2011

From: Missed opportunities in family planning: process evaluation of family planning program in Omo Nada district, Oromia region, Ethiopia

Activities Percent (n = 30) Result out of 10
1. Greet client in a friendly manner 24(80%) 8.0
2. Encourage client to ask questions 22(73.3%) 7.3
3. Treat client with respect 28(93.3%) 9.3
4. See client in private 22(73.3%) 7.3
5. Use visual aids 9(30%) 3.0
6. Use client’s records 30(100%) 10
7. Explicitly mention that the condom protects against STIs/HIV/AIDS 4(13.3%) 1.3
8. Previous contact with provider 24(80%) 8.0
9. Current age 24(80%) 8.0
10. Marital status 26(86.7%) 8.7
11. Whether sexually active or abstinent 9(30%) 3.0
12. Whether partner had more than one sexual partner in last year 0(0%) 0.0
13. Date of last delivery 8(26.7%) 2.7
14. Breast feeding status 17(56.7%) 5.7
15. Regularity of menstrual cycle 18(60%) 6.0
16. Abortion history 6(20%) 2.0
17. Current pregnancy status 21(70%) 7.0
18. Living children 12(40%) 4.0
19. Desire to have more child 5(16.7%) 1.7
20. History of contraceptive use 26(86.7%) 8.7
21. Current method use 20(66.7%) 6.7
22. History of pregnancy complications 8(26.7%) 2.7
23. Smoking status 0(0%) 0.0
24. History of STIs 0(0%) 0.0
25. Whether discussed contraceptives with partner(s) 11(36.7%) 3.7
26. Ease of returning to facility 30(100%) 10
27. Take blood pressure 2(6.7%) 0.7
28. Check weight 0(0%) 0.0
29. Check height 0(0%) 0.0
30. Explain the procedure to the client 16(53.3%) 5.3
31. Wash his or her hands before the exam 3(10%) 1.0
32. Wash his or her hands after the exam 3(10%) 1.0
33. Wear sterile gloves during the exam 13(43.3%) 4.3
34. Discuss return visit 30(100%) 10
35. Give appointment card 30(100%) 10
Total   167.1/350