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Table 6 Comparison of those who disclosed in the SEM but not the FTFI (false negative respondents) to those who did not report forced sex in either method (true negative respondents)

From: Methods to increase reporting of childhood sexual abuse in surveys: the sensitivity and specificity of face-to-face interviews versus a sealed envelope method in Ugandan primary school children

  N = 3801 Percent aOR 95% CI P
Sex
 Male 105 6.1 1   
 Female 128 6.2 0.91 (0.69, 1.21) 0.532
Age (years)
 <13 80 6.1 1   
 13–14 118 6.1 0.98 (0.71, 1.36) 0.906
 >14 34 6.2 0.92 (0.56, 1.50) 0.725
Primary Level
 P5 97 7.1 1   
 P6 68 5.2 0.71 (0.50, 0.99) 0.044
 P7 68 6.0 0.88 (0.60, 1.27) 0.482
Self-reported disability
 No difficulties 170 5.8 1   
 Some difficulties 55 7.0 1.19 (0.85, 1.65) 0.307
 Disability 8 9.6 1.22 (0.55, 2.69) 0.630
Reported experience of other forms of sexual violence 33 15.6 3.32 (2.15, 5.14) <0.001
Intervention school 144 7.4 1.60 (0.99, 2.59) 0.056
  1. aOR adjusted odds ratio, CI confidence intervals
  2. P values derived from Wald tests
  3. Each factor is adjusted for the other variables in the model and controlled for interviewer random effects and clustering by school