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Table 5 Multivariate correlates to being “very likely” to receive an HIV vaccine (n = 432) a

From: HIV vaccine acceptability among high-risk drug users in Appalachia: a cross-sectional study

Characteristic AOR (95% CI) p-value
Demographic   
  Male 0.33 (0.21 - 0.52) <0.001**
  Age 1.00 (0.98 – 1.03) 0.872
Behavioral (past 6 months)   
  Injected drugs 1.25 (0.70– 2.26) 0.453
  Injected drugs with unclean needle 0.80 (0.29 – 2.20) 0.659
  Bleached injection equipment 1.05 (0.39 – 2.82) 0.925
  Unprotected sex with PWID 1.42 (0.72 – 2.80) 0.312
Attitudes   
  Perceived severity of HIV 0.67 (0.11 – 4.07) 0.664
  Perceived susceptibility to HIV2 2.31(1.28 – 4.16) 0.006**
  Perceived benefits 2.80 (1.70 – 4.64) <0.001**
  Perceived barriers 0.62 (0.32 - 1.23) 0.175
  Experiential attitude 1.85 (1.08 – 3.17) 0.025*
Subjective norms   
  Descriptive norms 1.17 (0.70 – 1.95) 0.552
  Injunctive norms 1.81 (1.09 – 3.01) 0.023*
Agency   
  Perceived behavioral control 1.25 (0.77 – 2.01) 0.363
  Self-efficacy 1.27 (0.65 – 2.52) 0.485
  1. PWID: person who injects drugs; AOR: adjusted odds ratio; CI: confidence interval.
  2. *p < 0.05; **p < 0.01.
  3. aData on norms were missing for one participant resulting in the inclusion of 432 in the analysis.