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Table 3 Workload and staffing, by human resource (HR) integration category ‘more/less integrated’

From: The impact of HIV/SRH service integration on workload: analysis from the Integra Initiative in two African settings

  ‘Less integrated’ facilities (n = 58) ‘More integrated’ facilities (n = 22)
  Mean Mean Mean workload ratio (low/high estimates) Mean Mean Mean workload ratio (low/high estimates)
  Staff FTE available Staff FTE required Staff FTE available Staff FTE required
Ca Cervix screening 0.06 0.02 10.98 (8.58 to 15.25) 0.10 0.03 6.79 (5.30 to 9.42)
FP 0.91 0.42 2.66 (2.43 to 2.93) 0.99 0.54 2.15 (1.96 to 2.37)
HIV care and treatment 3.21 0.87 12.09 (9.58 to 16.40) 0.45 0.03 15.86 (12.57 to 21.52)
PITC 0.33 0.09 4.65 (3.67 to 6.34) 0.22 0.14 2.19a (1.73 to 2.98)
PNC 0.37 0.13 2.48 (2.22 to 2.80) 0.17 0.13 2.03 (1.82 to 2.29)
STI 0.05 0.03 2.68 (2.19 to 3.45) 0.09 0.06 1.63b (1.33 to 2.09)
VCT 1.10 0.20 10.08 (7.96 to 13.76) 1.66 0.31 8.32 (6.57 to 11.35)
Other MCH/OPD service 5.44 1.09 8.39 (7.19 to 10.06) 6.19 1.70 14.69 (12.59 to 17.61)
Total facility 10.94 2.62 5.61 (4.62 to 7.15) 9.34 2.87 6.72 (5.63 to 8.35)
  1. adifference from ‘less integrated’ group significant at the P < 0.10 level (t = 1.79, P = 0.078).
  2. bdifference from ‘less integrated group significant at the P < 0.05 level (t = 2.05, P = 0.047).
  3. FP, family planning; FTE, full time equivalency; MCH/OPD, maternal and child health/outpatient department; PITC, provider-initiated HIV testing and counselling; PNC, postnatal care; STI, sexually transmitted illness; VCT, voluntary HIV counselling and testing.