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Table 1 Associations grade 8 teachers’ implementation of booster sessions with student outcomes

From: Multi-year school-based implementation and student outcomes of an evidence-based risk reduction intervention

Variables Number of activities in the booster session completed F Post-hoc comparisonb
0~1 activities
(1)
2~3 activities
(2)
4~5 activities
(3)
Sample size (n)a 296 1104 1705   
HIV/AIDS knowledge (range 0~15 points) 10.45(2.39) 10.65(2.19) 10.85(2.12) 5.72** (1,3) (2,3)
 High implementation group 10.85(1.99) 10.70(2.21) 10.87(2.08) 0.71  
 Moderate implementation group 10.46(2.54) 10.73(2.09) 10.87(2.14) 2.37  
 Low implementation group 9.55(2.40) 10.34(2.49) 10.78(2.04) 5.41** (1,3)
Preventive reproductive health skills (range 0~6 points) 4.34(1.13) 4.37(1.15) 4.59(1.07) 16.95*** (1,3) (2,3)
 High implementation group 4.37(1.11) 4.42(1.15) 4.62(1.06) 4.88** (2,3)
 Moderate implementation group 4.39(1.11) 4.39(1.14) 4.56(1.09) 4.67* (2,3)
 Low implementation group 4.22(1.24) 4.34(1.22) 4.57(1.07) 3.82* (1,3) (2,3)
Self-efficacy (range 0~3 points) 1.82(1.12) 1.95(1.12) 2.05(1.08) 6.43*** (1,3)
 High implementation group 1.94(1.06) 1.95(1.13) 2.09(1.06) 2.16  
 Moderate implementation group 1.85(1.10) 1.96(1.09) 2.01(1.09) 1.44  
 Low implementation group 1.39(1.30) 1.94(1.18) 2.01(1.11) 4.88** (1,2) (1,3)
Intention to use protection (range 1~5 points) 3.81(1.63) 4.21(1.46) 4.17(1.47) 8.58** (1,2) (1,3)
 High implementation group 4.12(1.49) 4.21(1.47) 4.07(1.55) 0.90  
 Moderate implementation group 3.56(1.74) 4.18(1.47) 4.26(1.40) 13.41*** (1,2) (1,3)
 Low implementation group 3.97(1.46) 4.26(1.45) 4.10(1.52) 0.80  
  1. *P < 0.05
  2. **P < 0.01
  3. ***P < 0.001
  4. a151 youth who did not identify their grade 8 teachers were excluded
  5. bNumbers in parentheses indicating significantly different groups based on post-hoc analysis