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Table 4 Predictors of vaccine necessity for three diseases among 602 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-valuea
OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI) OR (95% CI)
Perceived prevalence 1.25 (0.85, 1.83) 1.18 (0.91, 1.53) 1.08 (0.65, 1.80) 0.9022
Disease experience     0.2576
 Yes vs No 1.48 (0.58, 3.78) 0.76 (0.46, 1.26) 0.34 (0.10, 1.10)  
Perceived norm 1.97 (1.50, 2.59) 1.53 (1.23, 1.91) 1.13 (0.80, 1.61) 0.0753
Perceived effectiveness 1.31 (0.69, 2.49) 4.05 (2.61, 6.31) 1.17 (0.57, 2.42) 0.0088
Perceived safety 2.35 (1.26, 4.38) 1.62 (1.04, 2.52) 2.11 (1.31, 3.40) 0.5349
Residency     0.4511
 Non-local vs local 1.77 (0.84, 3.73) 1.70 (1.01, 2.88) 1.06 (0.48, 2.36)  
Urbanicity     0.0016
 Suburban vs urban 0.37 (0.15, 0.92) 1.74 (1.01, 3.00) 0.79 (0.32, 1.95)  
Caregiver relation     0.1886
 Father vs mother 0.38 (0.17, 0.84) 1.21 (0.64, 2.27) 1.07 (0.44, 2.56)  
 Other vs mother 0.20 (0.06, 0.65) 0.50 (0.21, 1.17) 0.45 (0.14, 1.48)  
  1. OR odds ratio, CI confidence interval
  2. aWald chi-square test for overall interaction (df = 2, except for caregiver relation, which had df = 4). Results in this table are from a single, multivariable logistic regression model