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Table 5 Factors associated with A/H1N1 vaccination uptake

From: Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices (KAP) related to the Pandemic (H1N1) 2009 among Chinese General Population: a Telephone Survey

Variables Vaccinated rate(%) ORu(95% CI) ORm(95% CI)
Know the main modes of transmission    
   No 8.4 1.00 NS
   Yes 12.5 1.56(1.37-1.78)  
Know the free vaccination policy    
   No 2.3 1.00 1.00
   Yes 14.2 8.71(7.44-10.20) 7.20(5.91-8.78)
Know the state's initial vaccination strategy    
   No 4.7 1.00 1.00
   Yes 13.6 3.18(2.67-3.77) 1.33(1.08-1.64)
Has your daily life been disturbed by A/H1N1    
   No 9.1 1.00 1.00
   Yes 14.0 1.63(1.44-1.84) 1.29(1.11-1.50)
Would worry about infection of A/H1N1    
   No 10.5 1.00 NU
   Yes 11.6 1.12 (0.98-1.28)  
Is the state's initial vaccination strategy reasonable    
   No 7.6 1.00 NS
   Yes 10.9 1.49(1.03-2.15) *  
The reaction to the adverse reaction of A/H1N1 vaccine    
   Not afraid 14.8 1.00 1.00
   Don't care 1.4 0.08(0.06-0.11) 0.08(0.05-0.11)
   Be afraid 1.8 0.11(0.07-0.17) 0.07(0.04-0.11)
Have taken up preventive measures in daily life    
   No 7.5 1.00 NS
   Yes 11.7 1.64(1.38-1.93)  
Have taken up seasonal influenza vaccine    
   No 8.1 1.00 1.00
   Yes 43.5 7.09(5.55-9.07) 4.69(3.53-6.23)
  1. ORu: univariate odds ratio obtained using logistic regression;
  2. ORm: odds ratio obtained from stepwise multivariate logistics regression analysis using univariately significant variables as candidate variables and adjusting for gender, age, education level, occupation, region and survey wave;
  3. NU: not significant in the univariate analysis;
  4. NS: not significant in multivariate analysis though significant in the univariate analysis;
  5. *: P < 0.05;
  6. †: P < 0.01;
  7. ‡: P < 0.0001.