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Table 2 Perceptions of measles, pneumonia, and meningitis disease and vaccination among caregivers in Shanghai, 2014

From: Perceptions of measles, pneumonia, and meningitis vaccines among caregivers in Shanghai, China, and the health belief model: a cross-sectional study

  Measles Pneumonia Meningitis P-value*
Mean (SE) Mean (SE) Mean (SE)
Vaccine necessity (%) 93.2 (1.15) 80.8 (1.89) 92.4 (1.34) <0.0001
Perceived prevalence 2.30 (0.043) 3.15 (0.047) 2.28 (0.037) <0.0001
Disease experience (%) 18.6 (1.96) 43.3 (2.44) 7.1 (1.40) <0.0001
Perceived norm 4.03 (0.045) 3.35 (0.051) 3.35 (0.051) <0.0001
Perceived effectiveness 3.81 (0.033) 3.58 (0.032) 3.56 (0.035) <0.0001
Perceived safety 3.92 (0.036) 3.81 (0.034) 3.81 (0.034) 0.0404
  1. SE standard error
  2. *For Likert scale variables, the P-value is the Kruskal-Wallis test. For dichotomous variables, the P-value is from the Rao-Scott Chi-Square Test