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Table 4 Smoke alarm coverage six months after home installation program: multiple logistic regression model of all levels of the home safe at follow-up , N = 626

From: Changes in smoke alarm coverage following two fire department home visiting programs: what predicts success?

   All Levels Safe at Follow-up p-value
Program Standard Reference
  Enhanced 1.08 0.72
Smoke Alarm Safety at Baseline Not Safe Reference
  Safe 17.06 <0.01
Age of Respondent 18 to 24 Reference
25 to 34 1.87 0.50
35 to 44 2.93 0.19
45 to 54 2.31 0.73
55 and above 3.61 0.01
Household Role Head of Household Reference
Other 0.63 0.09
Children in home? Yes Reference
No 1.07 0.77
How would you rate the resident’s engagement with the FD team? Poor or Fair Reference
Good 1.78 0.54
Very Good 2.22 0.57
Excellent 3.96 0.03
  1. 1All levels safe defined as working long lasting lithium battery alarms or hard wired alarms on all levels of the home.